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RE: USM, ECU, UAB and possibly others to Sun Belt?
(02-18-2012 07:33 PM)Blazer85 Wrote:  What an absurd rumor. I mean the CUSA-MWC "could make a play to snag" Texas as well... doesn't mean they'd bite.

Only way I could ever see USM, ECU, UAB, etc. going to the Sun Belt is if there were major financial incentives tied in (which they wouldn't agree to) like getting double or triple the payout of other SBC schools as well as first rights to scheduling and TV games, etc. Even with that, I can't see any CUSA team making a move to the SBC.

They would then only get like 3-4 Hundred K. The SunBelt conferece deal with ESPN is like 890K per year that the schools split. I doubt anyone in CUSA would even pick the phone up if Karl Benson calls.
02-18-2012 08:29 PM
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