Prestidge said the OFCA advisory committee won't meet again until February. The 7A issue has been a hot topic at other meetings, like the Central Oklahoma Athletic Directors' regular gathering.
On Wednesday, board members voiced concerns about the creation of another classification, travel issues created by a class that would have four Tulsa-area teams and 12 Oklahoma City-area teams, and also the potential that such a split would be sought by other sports on an individual basis.
But football, where Jenks and Tulsa Union have won the last 17 Class 6A state championships, is the primary concern.
It was not known when the Constitution and Rules Review Committee would reconvene. The board will meet again Jan. 9.
The 14-member committee that developed the proposal includes administrators from large and small schools, and from virtually all regions of the state. It was designed to review several rules in the OSSAA constitution, not just 6A football.
Any changes to the classification system would have to pass both board and membership vote by late July, when the districts for the 2014-15 seasons will be determined.