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WesternSkillet Offline
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A common-sense solution for conference realignment.
A common-sense solution for conference realignment.

I enjoyed reading this article. Not sure it will happen but it was interesting to read. The MAC is blessed to have lower travel costs. It is a competitive advantage the MAC has in the G5.

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01-11-2017 01:00 PM
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RE: A common-sense solution for conference realignment.
I agree with the writer's POV. It sounds like a good idea. Revenue is drying up for them -- they need to do something different like that.

I think CUSA is still feeling a bit of "but we could have been close to being P5". They're just a slight step up from the Sun Belt, really. They mine as well swap teams and go by Geography. I see that as the only way that makes sense. What gets me is why they keep adding new FCS teams in if money's been running so dry.
01-12-2017 01:29 AM
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