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Colleges And Universities That Added Or Dropped Their Football teams
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RE: Colleges And Universities That Added Or Dropped Their Football teams
(08-10-2018 11:10 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  Northern New Mexico was hinting of going to D2. They would fit in better there among the other three New Mexico schools at D2. They are a lone school in the state. I could see New Mexico Military may go from a 2 year to a 3 to fit in with the other schools.

NNMC is not the lone NAIA school in the state, if that's what you meant. There is also University of the Southwest in Hobbs.

But as far as football, this article is just a tease. It doesn't appear to be in anyone's plans at the moment. Let them build dormitories and a dining hall first that can accommodate all the sports they want, THEN let's talk about football.
08-11-2018 09:28 PM
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(08-11-2018 05:19 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  Yeah, but they would be hurting right now in the NJCAA right now. 5 of their conference mates in Arizona dropped football. That only leaves them, Snow, Central Arizona, Arizona Western and Eastern Arizona with 5 football schools. There are hints that Navajo Tech could be joining the NAIA. They are also a New Mexico school. They are ramping up their sports. Dine in Arizona could join the NAIA as well. NMMI could actually be good for NAIA. There could be a new conference in the future for the NAIA Arizona schools, Snow College who hinted that they could go 4 years in the state of Utah. Plus the last three Arizona NJCAA football schools. Seems the last three are offering bachelor degrees in certain fields like RNs which their communities really need a school like that.

There are already several posts which explain why everything stated here is wrong.
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