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C-USA/MWC Discussing Charlotte and Appalachian St.
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C-USA/MWC Discussing Charlotte and Appalachian St.
Reports are coming out that Charlotte & Appalachian St are being discussed as future expansion possibilities. If I considered these two schools I would have to also look at Georgia St. I would want the Atlanta and Charlotte markets In my conference.
02-15-2012 10:53 PM
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RE: C-USA/MWC Discussing Charlotte and Appalachian St.
I would think that if the BE continues to skim schools in the big markets off of the top of the MWC-USA, they will take hard looks at schools like FIU/FAU, NTU, SJSU and GaSt. Charlotte hasn't even played a down of football yet. I would think that they are an option for possible future expansion, but not this round.
02-23-2012 11:18 PM
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