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RE: Reports out of missouri saying JMU and MSU recieved invite
(04-10-2014 03:06 PM)Liberty Fan Wrote:  A guy on the Liberty board has a couple of good sources at JMU. Just for fun here's his post.

Quote:Boosters made a call to JMU President not happy.

Faculty was happy when they were going to pass on the SBC.
The President understands how much it's gonna cost to send the Softball team to Louisiana, and isn't sure the resources are there.

A majority of schools would take us (LU) in SBC but not a Super Majority with JMU on the table. A month ago we (LU) were golden and the Ivory Tower types were pleased in Harrisonburg.

But in this case money may talk and book smarts may walk.

That's the way I am reading this as well. JMU doesn't really want SBC, but fan backlash of they stay FCS Would be immense.

If JMU is not involved, Liberty can probably get the 9 votes needed to join, but as long as JMU is on the table, there is little chance that 9 SBC schools would voluntarily take Liberty.
04-10-2014 03:13 PM
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