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RE: Boise St. ready to jump ship to the MWC
The Commissioner of the Big East keeps saying "football only" in public but he knows this is not feasible. If anything drastic ever happens, in regards to BCS status with the Big East, you could see the league either expand to 18 teams - adding one school on the football side and one school on the basketball side - or you could see an all-out split. There are no danger signs yet but no one knows how things might look a year or two from now.

I would also think Sacramento State might be next on Karl Benson's speed dial simply because they are more established at the Division I level. UC Davis just moved up to Division I and is just getting through with the transition. Sacramento State also has good relations with the WAC due to their "baseball only" membership. UC Davis probably has more potential, but that lies down the road, and you have to make do in an emergency.
10-07-2007 09:40 PM
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RE: Boise St. ready to jump ship to the MWC - Krocker Krapp - 10-07-2007 09:40 PM

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