Note where it says "Points are an offseason guideline".
It is no longer the offseason so forget about the points except if a team goes over the points.
Note where it says "Points are an in season maximum"
Note where it says "classification will be determined by the conference classification committee". It doesn't say anything about if you start the season A and make roster moves you are guaranteed to be A. It says classification will be determined by the committee. Teams know going in there is no guarantee what class you will be, ever.
Each roster move triggers a new evaluation of the team. Teams think they can do whatever they want and still stay the same class. This is not true, they are re-evaluated on every roster move.
The rule book also says a team is classified on the strength of their offense and defense.
At some point a B team has to have some players (preferably a majority) that haven't played higher than B and an A team has to have some players (preferably a majority) that haven't played higher than A. If your team has more than 3 or 4 guys that have played higher than A then you are probably going to be looked at as possibly being a AA team. You basically put together a bad AA team. That shouldn't be usssa's fault. Pick a roster with 3/5ths or more of the starters that haven't played higher than A if you want to play A.
There is also what I call the Daniel Cayton effect. Daniel came into the conference with Classic Glass on an 'A' team but was a D rated player. He had phenomenal success that year and AA teams wanted him because they thought he was a zero point player, which he was for classic glass. What the AA teams don't understand is that if he had been released from Classic Glass then he would have had to be evaluated at that point and would have been a points player before joining any other team.