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RE: Why Are Sports Losing Its Younger Fans?
(11-29-2021 07:09 PM)JMUNation Wrote:  But Hart, how many new programs have joined FBS over those 12 years? FBS has too many programs now that shouldn’t be FBS.

I agree. The MAC claims an average attendance over 15,000. Ha! I don't think the actual attendance is half that. I know they have to lie to keep their FBS tag, but the NCAA should be watching this. It is an embarrassment to FBS.
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(11-29-2021 07:35 PM)JMURocks Wrote:  I hope JMU is the last Virginia FBS team for a long time also, which seems likely.

Proof that the ODU and JMU moves to FBS FB is biblical.

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