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RE: Dixie State Already Being Mentioned A Possible Big Sky Conference Candidate
(12-05-2019 06:09 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  If leveling out to 12/14 rather than the awkward 11/13 then sure Dixie St makes sense for the Big Sky.

Cedar City and St. George are, by Western US standards, REALLY close. Less than an hour by car, but without serious traffic. That's way too much market saturation. Of course, in theory, that should have been a barrier to Dixie moving up in the first place. This perhaps puts Southern Utah (who's already a have-not in terms of Big Sky budgets) in a real spot if Dixie can follow through on its plans.

Yet... the options out west are such that the Big Sky may not have a choice.

The budget analysis comes from a recent Sac State newspaper article... https://statehornet.com/2019/12/athletic...t-deficit/
12-06-2019 01:58 PM
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