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Acoording to this guy Missouri State will be the only one joining the SBC (very long)
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RE: Acoording to this guy Missouri State will be the only one joining the SBC (very long)
THis guy posted about how each conference should look. I have posted his thoughts on the SBC:

Quote:A Sun Belt with Arkansas State, Charlotte, FAU, FIU, Georgia State, ULL, ULM, North Texas, South Alabama, Texas State, Troy, and UTSA is perfect.

Old Dominion, App State, UMass, New Mexico State, Idaho, Georgia Southern and Liberty should all go back to FCS.

I also think Texas State, UTSA, Troy and South Alabama should be back in FCS but the Sun Belt needs them I guess..and having Old Dominion and James Madison is too far outside the footprint of any league not named the Sun Belt.

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RE: Acoording to this guy Missouri State will be the only one joining the SBC (very long) - CrimsonPhantom - 04-19-2014 04:56 PM



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