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RE: Boise St. ready to jump ship to the MWC
UTEPDallas Wrote:To all WAC fans:

This is the reason why UTEP left the WAC when it could. We knew Boise, Fresno, Hawaii and Nevada want to join the MWC. Boise is making it public where it wants to be......I'm sure the other 3 think the same....but they're keeping their lips sealed.

Still think UTEP to C-USA was a bad move? 05-nono We saw the writing in the wall.....03-shhhh

Yep. This is exactly why UTEP left. That's why I hold UTEP in the highest regard.

Times have "changed" though since the last round of moves and Hawaii would "no longer" consider a move to the MWC. It's the Pac-10 or we stay in the WAC...and flourish.

I also think its time for Karl to make contact with SDSU about a move back to a true...western conference and dump the mountain schools. UNLV should be courted as well...along with UC Davis.

The only "stipulation" though should be that the WAC remain a 9-school conference.

Too bad Karl "isn't" the pro-active sort. Definitely time for a change in the Commissioner's office.
09-26-2007 04:07 PM
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RE: Boise St. ready to jump ship to the MWC - jediwarrior - 09-26-2007 04:07 PM

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