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RE: Hybrid ASUN / WAC Football League for '21
(02-22-2021 11:21 PM)Stugray2 Wrote:  From what I have read it looks like the ASUN will have six FCS Football teams for the 2022 season which explains the one year deal from their standpoint. So the question is what does the WAC do in 2022 to get an AQ? I assume that Tarleton and Dixie won't count until they are eligible for post season play.

The WAC and ASUN are both under impression that they will get waivers should they need them in ‘22. Seems about right to me. I’m pretty sure with five FCS playoff eligible schools plus two into their transition, should be good.

ASUN SAAC is leading effort to end the lengthy eligibility timeline during transitions or at least shortening by a year. Could be significant for WAC
02-26-2021 09:35 PM
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