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RE: WAC Football 2021
(02-03-2021 01:06 PM)Stugray2 Wrote:  Most likely there will be a scheduling agreement between the Texas four, likely also Tarleton State and the ASUN three for this year. The Texas schools need 7 games and the ASUN need 8. playing each other fills the hole, whether under the banner of WAC football or not. That would provide all the schools with 7 more games.

Dixie State only needs two games, and they are a bit harder to travel to. It makes more sense for them to join football in 2022 as originally scheduled, along with Southern Utah.

Look for either a scheduling deal or formation of WAC football for a single year with ASUN schools, before transitioning to WAC members only in 2022.

Are you in some kind of time warp? You keep sharing things that are very old and have been discussed for days if not weeks.
02-03-2021 02:10 PM
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