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(05-06-2014 03:46 PM)pjc1979 Wrote:  Do these Mexican schools actually play American football? I not talking about that European/South American futbol crap.
Somebody didn't click the link provided in the first post.

Yes, they play American Football. They play in stadiums ranging from a few thousand to more than 50,000.

Looks like some of the schools even have better attendance than some of the G5 schools.

[Image: 800px-Aztec_bowl.jpg]


Obviously the idea of inviting them into an American league would be absurd though. The talent level in Mexico is terrible compared to the U.S. and very few Americans would be willing to go play in Mexico.
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(05-06-2014 04:51 PM)Cajuncat Wrote:  It amazes me how little people know about the violence going on along the border. It's a bad idea to even think bout living in towns like Laredo, Brownsville, Del Rio, Eagle Pass or El Paso. Still amazes me UTEP gets recruits. Rather take my chances in the 5th Ward at night with a Rolex on my wrist and a fresh pair of Jordans than get caught in or near the border.

The interior cities are a safe as American cities. The border towns are like the wild west.
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(05-06-2014 06:48 PM)Niner National Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 03:46 PM)pjc1979 Wrote:  Do these Mexican schools actually play American football? I not talking about that European/South American futbol crap.
Somebody didn't click the link provided in the first post.

Yes, they play American Football. They play in stadiums ranging from a few thousand to more than 50,000.

Looks like some of the schools even have better attendance than some of the G5 schools.

[Image: 800px-Aztec_bowl.jpg]


Obviously the idea of inviting them into an American league would be absurd though. The talent level in Mexico is terrible compared to the U.S. and very few Americans would be willing to go play in Mexico.

The NFL is thinking about adding Mexico City.
http://sports-kings.com/downanddistance/...ty-london/
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(05-06-2014 07:17 PM)Louisianafanrcajun90 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 06:48 PM)Niner National Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 03:46 PM)pjc1979 Wrote:  Do these Mexican schools actually play American football? I not talking about that European/South American futbol crap.
Somebody didn't click the link provided in the first post.

Yes, they play American Football. They play in stadiums ranging from a few thousand to more than 50,000.

Looks like some of the schools even have better attendance than some of the G5 schools.

[Image: 800px-Aztec_bowl.jpg]


Obviously the idea of inviting them into an American league would be absurd though. The talent level in Mexico is terrible compared to the U.S. and very few Americans would be willing to go play in Mexico.

The NFL is thinking about adding Mexico City.
http://sports-kings.com/downanddistance/...ty-london/

I think it'd be a huge mistake honestly. It's going to be hard to get players to go play in a country that doesn't speak english and has a reputation for violence.

Also not a great option, but Rio would be a better option. Similar time zone to the U.S. east coast, growing NFL popularity and a country noted for warm beaches, beautiful women, and great night life. I think that would be a much bigger draw (but still not a great one) for players than Mexico City.
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(05-06-2014 06:48 PM)Niner National Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 03:46 PM)pjc1979 Wrote:  Do these Mexican schools actually play American football? I not talking about that European/South American futbol crap.
Somebody didn't click the link provided in the first post.

Yes, they play American Football. They play in stadiums ranging from a few thousand to more than 50,000.

Looks like some of the schools even have better attendance than some of the G5 schools.

[Image: 800px-Aztec_bowl.jpg]


Obviously the idea of inviting them into an American league would be absurd though. The talent level in Mexico is terrible compared to the U.S. and very few Americans would be willing to go play in Mexico.

Although one is likely safe on this forum, I rarely click links unless I am very confident in the source. It's all to easy to download a virus, intentional or not, that way. Call me overly cautious if you want but that's the cyber world we live in. At some point I wonder if some American sports conference would ever or has ever considered expansion beyond the border to some extent. For that matter why not expand north into Canada. It is much more stable and safe in general. I presume there any many significant reasons why it hasn't ever been done or else we'd already have seen it happen.
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(05-06-2014 09:09 PM)pjc1979 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 06:48 PM)Niner National Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 03:46 PM)pjc1979 Wrote:  Do these Mexican schools actually play American football? I not talking about that European/South American futbol crap.
Somebody didn't click the link provided in the first post.

Yes, they play American Football. They play in stadiums ranging from a few thousand to more than 50,000.

Looks like some of the schools even have better attendance than some of the G5 schools.

[Image: 800px-Aztec_bowl.jpg]


Obviously the idea of inviting them into an American league would be absurd though. The talent level in Mexico is terrible compared to the U.S. and very few Americans would be willing to go play in Mexico.

Although one is likely safe on this forum, I rarely click links unless I am very confident in the source. It's all to easy to download a virus, intentional or not, that way. Call me overly cautious if you want but that's the cyber world we live in. At some point I wonder if some American sports conference would ever or has ever considered expansion beyond the border to some extent. For that matter why not expand north into Canada. It is much more stable and safe in general. I presume there any many significant reasons why it hasn't ever been done or else we'd already have seen it happen.
As far as college athletics, it may take a vote of the Division I President’s Council to allow a foreign university to join that division of the NCAA. That's what happened with Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C., to become the first member from outside the U.S. to join the American college sports governing body. That was in Division II, not sure it has happened in DI yet.
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/mo...le4459441/
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You guys are missing the huge opportunity with the University of Puerto Rico.

Quote:The University of Puerto Rico (UPR) is the state university system of Puerto Rico and a government-owned corporation of Puerto Rico. It consists of 11 campuses and has approximately 58,000 students and 5,300 faculty members.[4] UPR has the largest and most diverse academic offerings in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, with 472 academic programs of which 32 lead to a doctorate.[5]

The prestige and eliteness of the University of Puerto Rico within the Caribbean and Puerto Rico is unparalleled:

wiki link
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(05-06-2014 09:52 PM)Steve1981 Wrote:  You guys are missing the huge opportunity with the University of Puerto Rico.

Quote:The University of Puerto Rico (UPR) is the state university system of Puerto Rico and a government-owned corporation of Puerto Rico. It consists of 11 campuses and has approximately 58,000 students and 5,300 faculty members.[4] UPR has the largest and most diverse academic offerings in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, with 472 academic programs of which 32 lead to a doctorate.[5]

The prestige and eliteness of the University of Puerto Rico within the Caribbean and Puerto Rico is unparalleled:

wiki link

And their big sport is probably soccer.
[Image: 232323232fp53449_nu336__55_248_WSNRCG323...g~original]
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How about having Texas-Arlington reinstates football and adding Jacksonville as a non football school?
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(05-06-2014 10:28 PM)GoApps70 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 09:52 PM)Steve1981 Wrote:  You guys are missing the huge opportunity with the University of Puerto Rico.

Quote:The University of Puerto Rico (UPR) is the state university system of Puerto Rico and a government-owned corporation of Puerto Rico. It consists of 11 campuses and has approximately 58,000 students and 5,300 faculty members.[4] UPR has the largest and most diverse academic offerings in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, with 472 academic programs of which 32 lead to a doctorate.[5]

The prestige and eliteness of the University of Puerto Rico within the Caribbean and Puerto Rico is unparalleled:

wiki link

And their big sport is probably soccer.
[Image: 232323232fp53449_nu336__55_248_WSNRCG323...g~original]

...in Puerto Rico?!

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(05-06-2014 06:47 PM)Louisianafanrcajun90 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 03:46 PM)pjc1979 Wrote:  Do these Mexican schools actually play American football? I not talking about that European/South American futbol crap.

Yes they do and it is very popular. I know folks in Monterry that are huge Saint fans. They play two NFL games every Sunday throughout Mexican broadcast TV.

UTSA , very intelligently, has their games broadcast in Spanish on radio in northern Mexico. When you cross over into Mexico, there are Cowboys and Longhorn baseball caps being worn all lover the place.
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(05-06-2014 08:09 PM)Niner National Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 07:17 PM)Louisianafanrcajun90 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 06:48 PM)Niner National Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 03:46 PM)pjc1979 Wrote:  Do these Mexican schools actually play American football? I not talking about that European/South American futbol crap.
Somebody didn't click the link provided in the first post.

Yes, they play American Football. They play in stadiums ranging from a few thousand to more than 50,000.

Looks like some of the schools even have better attendance than some of the G5 schools.

[Image: 800px-Aztec_bowl.jpg]


Obviously the idea of inviting them into an American league would be absurd though. The talent level in Mexico is terrible compared to the U.S. and very few Americans would be willing to go play in Mexico.

The NFL is thinking about adding Mexico City.
http://sports-kings.com/downanddistance/...ty-london/

I think it'd be a huge mistake honestly. It's going to be hard to get players to go play in a country that doesn't speak english and has a reputation for violence.

Also not a great option, but Rio would be a better option. Similar time zone to the U.S. east coast, growing NFL popularity and a country noted for warm beaches, beautiful women, and great night life. I think that would be a much bigger draw (but still not a great one) for players than Mexico City.
American football in Mexico is kind of like soccer in the US. Played mostly by suburban well to do. Not as popular as soccer and baseball but very recognizable. American football is non-existent in Brasil. The only places where you see football played outside of the US and Canada in the Americas is Mexico, Panama and Puerto Rico.
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(05-06-2014 09:45 PM)tux Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 09:09 PM)pjc1979 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 06:48 PM)Niner National Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 03:46 PM)pjc1979 Wrote:  Do these Mexican schools actually play American football? I not talking about that European/South American futbol crap.
Somebody didn't click the link provided in the first post.

Yes, they play American Football. They play in stadiums ranging from a few thousand to more than 50,000.

Looks like some of the schools even have better attendance than some of the G5 schools.

[Image: 800px-Aztec_bowl.jpg]


Obviously the idea of inviting them into an American league would be absurd though. The talent level in Mexico is terrible compared to the U.S. and very few Americans would be willing to go play in Mexico.

Although one is likely safe on this forum, I rarely click links unless I am very confident in the source. It's all to easy to download a virus, intentional or not, that way. Call me overly cautious if you want but that's the cyber world we live in. At some point I wonder if some American sports conference would ever or has ever considered expansion beyond the border to some extent. For that matter why not expand north into Canada. It is much more stable and safe in general. I presume there any many significant reasons why it hasn't ever been done or else we'd already have seen it happen.
As far as college athletics, it may take a vote of the Division I President’s Council to allow a foreign university to join that division of the NCAA. That's what happened with Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C., to become the first member from outside the U.S. to join the American college sports governing body. That was in Division II, not sure it has happened in DI yet.
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/mo...le4459441/

The NCAA was okay with Simon Frasier's application (heck, they were in the NAIA), but the Canadian government basically told them to withdraw from their plan.
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(05-06-2014 06:49 PM)Louisianafanrcajun90 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 04:51 PM)Cajuncat Wrote:  It amazes me how little people know about the violence going on along the border. It's a bad idea to even think bout living in towns like Laredo, Brownsville, Del Rio, Eagle Pass or El Paso. Still amazes me UTEP gets recruits. Rather take my chances in the 5th Ward at night with a Rolex on my wrist and a fresh pair of Jordans than get caught in or near the border.

The interior cities are a safe as American cities. The border towns are like the wild west.

Last year in June a neighbor of mine was pre-fishing for a Bass tournament on Falcon Lake near Zapata, Texas. They found an American citizen floating without their head

I was in Laredo in the Spring of 2011 and 11 people were shot in broad daylight near downtown by Zeta Cartel.

Had a buddy that lived in El Paso and worked for a logistics company. He saw a couple of heads sitting on the side of the road on the way to work; I believe that was in 2010.

Another college friend of mine grew up in Del Rio. One of his childhood friends was abducted for ransom money. His parents later got a video of their son getting a drill bit put through his temple. That was in 2008.

These are just some examples that prove American Cities near the border are not safe either. Still very dangerous.
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(05-07-2014 11:48 AM)Cajuncat Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 06:49 PM)Louisianafanrcajun90 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 04:51 PM)Cajuncat Wrote:  It amazes me how little people know about the violence going on along the border. It's a bad idea to even think bout living in towns like Laredo, Brownsville, Del Rio, Eagle Pass or El Paso. Still amazes me UTEP gets recruits. Rather take my chances in the 5th Ward at night with a Rolex on my wrist and a fresh pair of Jordans than get caught in or near the border.

The interior cities are a safe as American cities. The border towns are like the wild west.

Last year in June a neighbor of mine was pre-fishing for a Bass tournament on Falcon Lake near Zapata, Texas. They found an American citizen floating without their head

I was in Laredo in the Spring of 2011 and 11 people were shot in broad daylight near downtown by Zeta Cartel.

Had a buddy that lived in El Paso and worked for a logistics company. He saw a couple of heads sitting on the side of the road on the way to work; I believe that was in 2010.

Another college friend of mine grew up in Del Rio. One of his childhood friends was abducted for ransom money. His parents later got a video of their son getting a drill bit put through his temple. That was in 2008.

These are just some examples that prove American Cities near the border are not safe either. Still very dangerous.

Its not as dangerous as 2011 for sure when it was just Beirut on steroids. But still dangerous enough that I would not go there at night. Also El Paso/Juarez was especially bad at that time. Lots of stories of bullets coming accross into the US side back then.
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(05-07-2014 11:48 AM)Cajuncat Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 06:49 PM)Louisianafanrcajun90 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 04:51 PM)Cajuncat Wrote:  It amazes me how little people know about the violence going on along the border. It's a bad idea to even think bout living in towns like Laredo, Brownsville, Del Rio, Eagle Pass or El Paso. Still amazes me UTEP gets recruits. Rather take my chances in the 5th Ward at night with a Rolex on my wrist and a fresh pair of Jordans than get caught in or near the border.

The interior cities are a safe as American cities. The border towns are like the wild west.

Last year in June a neighbor of mine was pre-fishing for a Bass tournament on Falcon Lake near Zapata, Texas. They found an American citizen floating without their head

I was in Laredo in the Spring of 2011 and 11 people were shot in broad daylight near downtown by Zeta Cartel.

Had a buddy that lived in El Paso and worked for a logistics company. He saw a couple of heads sitting on the side of the road on the way to work; I believe that was in 2010.

Another college friend of mine grew up in Del Rio. One of his childhood friends was abducted for ransom money. His parents later got a video of their son getting a drill bit put through his temple. That was in 2008.

These are just some examples that prove American Cities near the border are not safe either. Still very dangerous.

I believe every word you said. The border towns are like the wild wild west and controlled by the drug cartels. I'm talking about major cities like Mexico City and Monterrey. You can safely fly in and out of those cities.

My best friend married a girl from Monterrey back in college and we spent a summer there at their house (Very modest by American standards). It was a wonderful experience accept for the food (We lived off of peanut butter and campbell's soup). Very often we would go to a bar and order a beer and the tender would just gratis. It's very out of the box thinking but wouldn't be cool for us to be the only international conference?
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So guess we do not need to look South then.
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(05-07-2014 06:02 AM)panama Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 10:28 PM)GoApps70 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 09:52 PM)Steve1981 Wrote:  You guys are missing the huge opportunity with the University of Puerto Rico.

Quote:The University of Puerto Rico (UPR) is the state university system of Puerto Rico and a government-owned corporation of Puerto Rico. It consists of 11 campuses and has approximately 58,000 students and 5,300 faculty members.[4] UPR has the largest and most diverse academic offerings in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, with 472 academic programs of which 32 lead to a doctorate.[5]

The prestige and eliteness of the University of Puerto Rico within the Caribbean and Puerto Rico is unparalleled:

wiki link

And their big sport is probably soccer.
[Image: 232323232fp53449_nu336__55_248_WSNRCG323...g~original]

...in Puerto Rico?!

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Basketball and baseball are most popular in Puerto Rico. The Puerto Rican universities are already in the NCAA DII. I'd be surprised if the biggest/flagship campus in San Juan (Rio Peidras) hasn't already explored moving DI.
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(05-07-2014 07:15 PM)AppfanInCAAland Wrote:  
(05-07-2014 06:02 AM)panama Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 10:28 PM)GoApps70 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 09:52 PM)Steve1981 Wrote:  You guys are missing the huge opportunity with the University of Puerto Rico.

Quote:The University of Puerto Rico (UPR) is the state university system of Puerto Rico and a government-owned corporation of Puerto Rico. It consists of 11 campuses and has approximately 58,000 students and 5,300 faculty members.[4] UPR has the largest and most diverse academic offerings in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, with 472 academic programs of which 32 lead to a doctorate.[5]

The prestige and eliteness of the University of Puerto Rico within the Caribbean and Puerto Rico is unparalleled:

wiki link

And their big sport is probably soccer.
[Image: 232323232fp53449_nu336__55_248_WSNRCG323...g~original]

...in Puerto Rico?!

Just Wow

Basketball and baseball are most popular in Puerto Rico. The Puerto Rican universities are already in the NCAA DII. I'd be surprised if the biggest/flagship campus in San Juan (Rio Peidras) hasn't already explored moving DI.

I don't suppose travel costs would be anymore outrageous than Hawaii. I've always said I'd like to stay in our footprint (i.e. no NDSU), but I'd make an exception for Puerto Rico.
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(05-07-2014 08:26 PM)TroyFootball05 Wrote:  
(05-07-2014 07:15 PM)AppfanInCAAland Wrote:  
(05-07-2014 06:02 AM)panama Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 10:28 PM)GoApps70 Wrote:  
(05-06-2014 09:52 PM)Steve1981 Wrote:  You guys are missing the huge opportunity with the University of Puerto Rico.


wiki link

And their big sport is probably soccer.
[Image: 232323232fp53449_nu336__55_248_WSNRCG323...g~original]

...in Puerto Rico?!

Just Wow

Basketball and baseball are most popular in Puerto Rico. The Puerto Rican universities are already in the NCAA DII. I'd be surprised if the biggest/flagship campus in San Juan (Rio Peidras) hasn't already explored moving DI.

I don't suppose travel costs would be anymore outrageous than Hawaii. I've always said I'd like to stay in our footprint (i.e. no NDSU), but I'd make an exception for Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico and big cities of Mexico airfare would be nominal. I started the thread in jest but it might not be a bad idea.
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