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RE: Reports out of missouri saying JMU and MSU recieved invite
(04-12-2014 04:03 PM)Check Yosef Wrote:  Missouri state has competition from Missouri if it moves to FBS, while a large name in FBS that's the only real competition for interest in Missouri on Saturday... In Virginia there is a lot more competition. Same thing for app we have more competition only good news for us is 1 most/all the real competition is on the eastern side of the state, 2 most/all competition is about basketball more then football, in terms of fan base potential JMU has less population to recruit for new fans.


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No real incorrect information in your post, but lets not forget that Missouri has a much lower population than VA.

Also - there is no SEC Football program to compete with in VA.

One big thing I see is that even with the supposed advantages of MSU in their state that you are talking about, even Liberty doubles their numbers in football attendance! JMU imop - is the Major program for us to get here hands down.
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