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BW Dennis Farrell audio interview
Farrell is interviewed by Riverside Press-Enterprise's Jim Alexander. Pertains obviously to CSUB, but also may be of interest to WAC speculation. In fact, the WAC is mentioned in the interview. Length is appx 20 minutes.

Listen to Episode 54 - Big West commissioner Dennis Farrell by Jim's View #np on #SoundCloud
https://soundcloud.com/user-829195441/ep...is-farrell

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(This post was last modified: 03-18-2018 02:38 PM by RunnerBall.)
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RE: BW Dennis Farrell audio interview
Plan is to stay at 11 members - I was wrong about this. But not opposed to adding a 12th if it's the right school. Can be another CA school or from a near-by state.

It would have to be compelling to stretch the footprint. NMSU?
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