Here is a weblink to the video coverage of the 6 of 20 colleges represented in the final round of the James Madison Cup debate competition. The debate topic was ID in the public schools: Madison Cup Debate.
Interestingly, most of these youthful debaters wanted to argue for the affirmitive (ID should be taught in public schools), but there were not enough slots, so some pro-IDists were forced to argue the negative. It was my impression the audience was sympathetic to ID, but I’ll let you be the judge.
The winners with #1 listed first:
1. Yale (affirmitive)
2. William and Mary (negative)
3. Richmond (affirmitive)
4. tied Liberty(affirmitive), Notre Dame (negative), Clairmont (negative)