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RE: Tarleton State is the newest WAC member
Central Washington, Simon Fraser, and Western Oregon been scheduling Big Sky schools football in recent years. GNAC football do need a home.

I think Sacramento State to the WAC.

Big Sky:
Portland State
Western Oregon
Central Washington
Weber State
Simon Fraser football only grandfathered in.
Idaho
Idaho State
Montana
Montana State

That makes 10. They could keep Northern Colorado and add Colorado Mesa to be 12.

WAC:
Football so far:
Northern Arizona
UC-Davis
Cal. Poly
Azusa Pacific
Dixie State
Southern Utah
Tarleton State

Non-football:
Seattle U. wants WCC
New Mexico State trying to find a FBS conference for all sports.
UTRGV looking to Add football
Grand Canyon looking.
Cal. Baptist
Chicago State? Could be gone by then.

West Texas A&M
CSU-Pueblo
Angelo State
Midwestern State
Washburn
Fort Hays State
Central Oklahoma are possible.

CSU-Pueblo and Colorado Mesa are the most successful D2 west schools in football in recent years.
10-04-2019 01:23 AM
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RE: Tarleton State is the newest WAC member
In your list above, can you provide links to their D1 feasibility studies? Which credible news source has mentioned Pueblo and Mesa going D1? I look forward to those links
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RE: Tarleton State is the newest WAC member
CWU will be the next invite by the WAC.

Then, when the Big Sky loses its California teams and it’s northern schools, CWU and Dixie St will flee to the Big Sky to save its football.

A journalist has already tweeted last year that CWU will get an invite this year.
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(10-04-2019 08:22 AM)DoubleRSU Wrote:  In your list above, can you provide links to their D1 feasibility studies? Which credible news source has mentioned Pueblo and Mesa going D1? I look forward to those links

Yeah, we know he has no links. As for GNAC schools playing Big Sky schools, those are nothing more than money games and schedule fillers.
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RE: Tarleton State is the newest WAC member
(10-04-2019 01:23 AM)DavidSt Wrote:  Central Washington, Simon Fraser, and Western Oregon been scheduling Big Sky schools football in recent years. GNAC football do need a home.

I think Sacramento State to the WAC.

Big Sky:
Portland State
Western Oregon
Central Washington
Weber State
Simon Fraser football only grandfathered in.
Idaho
Idaho State
Montana
Montana State

That makes 10. They could keep Northern Colorado and add Colorado Mesa to be 12.

WAC:
Football so far:
Northern Arizona
UC-Davis
Cal. Poly
Azusa Pacific
Dixie State
Southern Utah
Tarleton State

Non-football:
Seattle U. wants WCC
New Mexico State trying to find a FBS conference for all sports.
UTRGV looking to Add football
Grand Canyon looking.
Cal. Baptist
Chicago State? Could be gone by then.

West Texas A&M
CSU-Pueblo
Angelo State
Midwestern State
Washburn
Fort Hays State
Central Oklahoma are possible.

CSU-Pueblo and Colorado Mesa are the most successful D2 west schools in football in recent years.

If the NCAA is going to allow Canadian schools into D1 why wouldn't they encourage leagues to go after bigger and better funded schools? SFU has a terrible football facility. UBC is a better option but if you you are going to move the barriers for Canadian schools why would you do it for SFU and not UBC?
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RE: Tarleton State is the newest WAC member
(10-04-2019 10:29 AM)Lopes87 Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 01:23 AM)DavidSt Wrote:  Central Washington, Simon Fraser, and Western Oregon been scheduling Big Sky schools football in recent years. GNAC football do need a home.

I think Sacramento State to the WAC.

Big Sky:
Portland State
Western Oregon
Central Washington
Weber State
Simon Fraser football only grandfathered in.
Idaho
Idaho State
Montana
Montana State

That makes 10. They could keep Northern Colorado and add Colorado Mesa to be 12.

WAC:
Football so far:
Northern Arizona
UC-Davis
Cal. Poly
Azusa Pacific
Dixie State
Southern Utah
Tarleton State

Non-football:
Seattle U. wants WCC
New Mexico State trying to find a FBS conference for all sports.
UTRGV looking to Add football
Grand Canyon looking.
Cal. Baptist
Chicago State? Could be gone by then.

West Texas A&M
CSU-Pueblo
Angelo State
Midwestern State
Washburn
Fort Hays State
Central Oklahoma are possible.

CSU-Pueblo and Colorado Mesa are the most successful D2 west schools in football in recent years.

If the NCAA is going to allow Canadian schools into D1 why wouldn't they encourage leagues to go after bigger and better funded schools? SFU has a terrible football facility. UBC is a better option but if you you are going to move the barriers for Canadian schools why would you do it for SFU and not UBC?

UBC declined NCAA membership. It was too important to the CIS, Canada's equivalent to the NCAA.
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RE: Tarleton State is the newest WAC member
(10-04-2019 09:51 AM)NoDak Wrote:  CWU will be the next invite by the WAC.

Then, when the Big Sky loses its California teams and it’s northern schools, CWU and Dixie St will flee to the Big Sky to save its football.

A journalist has already tweeted last year that CWU will get an invite this year.

Please link their D1 feasibility study
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(10-04-2019 09:51 AM)NoDak Wrote:  CWU will be the next invite by the WAC.

Then, when the Big Sky loses its California teams and it’s northern schools, CWU and Dixie St will flee to the Big Sky to save its football.

A journalist has already tweeted last year that CWU will get an invite this year.


Provide a link to your supposed claims that CWU will get an invite this year. I only listed possible schools that could be the 2 new FCS conference lineups.
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RE: Tarleton State is the newest WAC member
(10-04-2019 10:29 AM)Lopes87 Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 01:23 AM)DavidSt Wrote:  Central Washington, Simon Fraser, and Western Oregon been scheduling Big Sky schools football in recent years. GNAC football do need a home.

I think Sacramento State to the WAC.

Big Sky:
Portland State
Western Oregon
Central Washington
Weber State
Simon Fraser football only grandfathered in.
Idaho
Idaho State
Montana
Montana State

That makes 10. They could keep Northern Colorado and add Colorado Mesa to be 12.

WAC:
Football so far:
Northern Arizona
UC-Davis
Cal. Poly
Azusa Pacific
Dixie State
Southern Utah
Tarleton State

Non-football:
Seattle U. wants WCC
New Mexico State trying to find a FBS conference for all sports.
UTRGV looking to Add football
Grand Canyon looking.
Cal. Baptist
Chicago State? Could be gone by then.

West Texas A&M
CSU-Pueblo
Angelo State
Midwestern State
Washburn
Fort Hays State
Central Oklahoma are possible.

CSU-Pueblo and Colorado Mesa are the most successful D2 west schools in football in recent years.

If the NCAA is going to allow Canadian schools into D1 why wouldn't they encourage leagues to go after bigger and better funded schools? SFU has a terrible football facility. UBC is a better option but if you you are going to move the barriers for Canadian schools why would you do it for SFU and not UBC?


UBC was supposed to join D2 when Simon Fraser in. As for bigger games? They could play where the CFL team plays at.
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(10-04-2019 11:14 AM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 09:51 AM)NoDak Wrote:  CWU will be the next invite by the WAC.

Then, when the Big Sky loses its California teams and it’s northern schools, CWU and Dixie St will flee to the Big Sky to save its football.

A journalist has already tweeted last year that CWU will get an invite this year.


Provide a link to your supposed claims that CWU will get an invite this year. I only listed possible schools that could be the 2 new FCS conference lineups.

LMAO! Asking for proof when you spout out any college on the planet. That's rich.
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