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  1. 12 projections in so far this week FAU (5/12) Bahamas Bowl (Nassau, BH - Fri. 12/16) - vs. Ball State (Sports Illustrated) New Mexico Bowl (Albuquerque, NM - Sat. 12/17) - vs. Wyoming (Action Network) Myrtle Beach Bowl (Conway, SC - Mon. 12/19) - vs. Southern Miss (College Football News) New Orleans Bowl (New Orleans, LA - Wed. 12/21) - vs. Marshall (College Sports Madness) Hawaii Bowl (Honolulu, HI - Sat. 12/24) - vs. San Jose State (The Sporting News) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Middle Tennessee (12/12) Bahamas Bowl (Nassau, BH - Fri. 12/16) - vs. Bowling Green (Pro Football Network) Frisco Bowl (Frisco, TX - Sat. 12/17) - vs. Brigham Young (ESPN-Bonagura) - vs. East Carolina (The Sporting News) New Mexico Bowl (Albuquerque, NM - Sat. 12/17) - vs. San Jose State (College Sports Madness) Myrtle Beach Bowl (Conway, SC - Mon. 12/19) - vs. Connecticut (Athlon Sports) - vs. East Carolina (ESPN-Schlabach) - vs. South Alabama (24/7 Sports) Hawaii Bowl (Honolulu, HI - Sat. 12/24) - vs. Fresno State (Sports Illustrated) - vs. San Diego State (CBS Sports) - vs. San Jose State (Action Network|College Football News) Camellia Bowl (Montgomery, AL - Tues. 12/27) - vs. Marshall (USA Today) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- North Texas (12/12) Bahamas Bowl (Nassau, Bahamas - Fri. 12/16) - vs. Bowling Green (ESPN-Bonagura|The Sporting News) - vs. Ohio (24/7 Sports) New Mexico Bowl (Albuquerque, NM - Sat. 12/17) - vs. Air Force (CBS Sports) - vs. Utah State (College Football News|Sports Illustrated) New Orleans Bowl (New Orleans, LA - Wed. 12/21) - vs. Troy (Action Network|Pro Football Network) Armed Forces Bowl (Fort Worth, TX - Thurs. 12/22) - vs. Houston (USA Today) Hawaii Bowl (Honolulu, HI - Sat. 12/24) - vs. Air Force (ESPN-Schlabach) - vs. San Diego State (Athlon Sports) Camellia Bowl (Montgomery, AL - Tues. 12/27) - vs. Bowling Green (College Sports Madness) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Rice (8/12) Cure Bowl (Orlando, FL - Fri. 12/16) - vs. South Alabama (The Sporting News) Frisco Bowl (Frisco, TX - Sat. 12/17) - vs. Utah State (ESPN-Schlabach) New Mexico Bowl (Albuquerque, NM - Sat. 12/17) - vs. Wyoming (24/7 Sports) New Orleans Bowl (New Orleans, LA - Wed. 12/21) - vs. Coastal Carolina (Sports Illustrated) Armed Forces Bowl (Fort Worth, TX - Thurs. 12/22) - vs. Cincinnati (College Sports Madness) - vs. Southern Methodist (CBS Sports) First Responder Bowl (Dallas, TX - Tues. 12/27) - vs. San Diego State (ESPN-Bonagura) - vs. Utah State (Athlon Sports) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- UAB (12/12) Bahamas Bowl (Nassau, Bahamas - Fri. 12/16) - vs. Eastern Michigan (Athlon Sports) - vs. Miami, Ohio (CBS Sports) - vs. Ohio (Action Network) Cure Bowl (Orlando, FL - Fri. 12/16) - vs. Appalachian State (24/7 Sports) - vs. Southern Methodist (ESPN-Schlabach) Lending Tree Bowl (Mobile, AL - Sat. 12/17) - vs. Louisiana (Pro Football Network) Myrtle Beach Bowl (Conway, SC - Mon. 12/19) - vs. Troy (The Sporting News) Boca Raton Bowl (Boca Raton, FL - Tues. 12/20) - vs. Connecticut (College Sports Madness) - vs. Marshall (ESPN-Bonagura) Armed Forces Bowl (Fort Worth, TX - Thurs. 12/22) - vs. Memphis (Sports Illustrated) Hawaii Bowl (Honolulu, HI - Sat. 12/24) - vs. Air Force (USA Today) Birmingham Bowl (Birmingham, AL - Tues. 12/27) - vs. Memphis (College Football News) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- UTSA (12/12) Frisco Bowl (Frisco, TX - Sat. 12/17) - vs. Fresno State (Pro Football Network) Myrtle Beach Bowl (Conway, SC - Mon. 12/19) - vs. Brigham Young (CBS Sports) Boca Raton Bowl (Boca Raton, FL - Tues. 12/20) - vs. Central Florida (The Sporting News) - vs. Coastal Carolina (Action Network) New Orleans Bowl (New Orleans, LA - Wed. 12/21) - vs. Coastal Carolina (College Football News|ESPN-Schlabach) - vs. Troy (Athlon Sports|ESPN-Bonagura|USA Today) Hawaii Bowl (Honolulu, HI - Sat. 12/24) - vs. San Diego State (College Sports Madness) - vs. San Jose State (24/7 Sports) Camelia Bowl (Montgomery, AL - Tues. 12/27) - vs. Southern Miss (Sports Illustrated) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Western Kentucky (12/12) Bahamas Bowl (Nassau, Bahamas - Fri. 12/16) - vs. Bowling Green (College Football News|USA Today) - vs. Toledo (College Sports Madness) Cure Bowl (Orlando, FL - Fri. 12/16) - vs. Central Florida (Action Network) - vs. Marshall (Athlon Sports) Boca Raton Bowl (Boca Raton, FL - Tues. 12/20) - vs. South Alabama (Pro Football Network) New Orleans Bowl (New Orleans, LA - Wed. 12/21) - vs. Appalachian State (The Sporting News) - vs. Louisiana (CBS Sports) - vs. Troy (24/7 Sports) Independence Bowl (Shreveport, LA - Fri. 12/23) - vs. Army (ESPN-Schlabach) - vs. East Carolina (Sports Illustrated) Hawaii Bowl (Honolulu, HI - Sat. 12/24) - vs. Utah State (ESPN-Bonagura) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Liberty (12/12) Frisco Bowl (Frisco, TX - Sat. 12/17) - vs. Brigham Young (USA Today) Myrtle Beach Bowl (Conway, SC - Mon. 12/19) - vs. Houston (Pro Football Network) - vs. UNLV (Action Network) Boca Raton Bowl (Boca Raton, FL - Tues. 12/20) - vs. Coastal Carolina (Athlon Sports) - vs. San Diego State (24/7 Sports) Armed Forces Bowl (Fort Worth, TX - Thurs. 12/22) - vs. Texas Tech (The Sporting News) Independence Bowl (Shreveport, LA - Fri. 12/23) - vs. East Carolina (College Sports Madness) - vs. Tulane (College Football News) Quick Lane Bowl (Detroit, MI - Mon. 12/26) - vs. Buffalo (Sports Illustrated) Camelia Bowl (Montgomery, AL - Tues. 12/27) - vs. South Alabama (CBS Sports|ESPN-Bonagura) Liberty Bowl (Memphis, TN - Wed. 12/28) - vs. Baylor (ESPN-Schlabach)
  2. WTH? Rice has been playing well and then this happens? At Rice no less. Congrats UNT! I’ve had y’all pegged as my dark horse team all season. Proud of y’all.
  3. She didn't mean anything by that folks. Let it go. To quote The Human League, "I'm only Human, born to make mistakes"
  4. Which of the new AAC teams are you most excited about joining with? Which roadtrip are you looking most forward to?
  5. 1. UTSA 2. UAB 3. Western Kentucky 4. FAU 5. North Texas 6. Middle Tennessee 7. UTEP 8. Louisiana Tech 9. Rice 10. Charlotte 11. FIU
  6. I thought we were done with the portal. How does someone enter the transfer portal on June 23rd? Sorry North Texas. Losing Davis after losing the Murphy twins to UCLA earlier in the spring has to really hurt.
  7. I looked at the changes in budget sizes over the last decade. While everyone increased their annual athletic budgets over the last 10 years, some really made larger financial commitments. Here are my findings. Blue Ribbons +$15,000,000 Club Outstanding Commitments +$10,000,000 Club Solid Investments +$7,000,000 Club Programs remaining in C-USA FIU: 2019-20- $42,629,922 / 2012-13- $27,428,277 (Change +$15,000,000) MT: 2019- $34,840,886 / 2012-13- $23,155,761 (Change +$11,000,000) UTEP: 2019- $29,468,952 / 2012-13- $23,557,446 (Change +$6,000,000) WKU: 2019- $26,568,285 / 2012-13- $25,770,938 (Change +$1,000,000) LA Tech : 2019- $21,717,648 / 2012-13- $17,047,077 (Change +$4,000,000) Those leaving for the AAC Rice: 2019-20- $42,045,636 / 2012-13- $30,256,637 (Change +$12,000,000) UNT: 2019-20- $40,063,458 / 2012-13- $20,402,052 (Change +$20,000,000) UAB: 2019-20- $35,725,431 / 2012-13- $27,393,470 (Change +$8,000,000) Charlotte: 2019-20- $34,983,604 / 2012-13- NA in transition FAU: 2019-20- $32,271,156 / 2012-13- $21,742,054 (Change +$11,000,000) UTSA: 2019-20- $29,952,607 / 2012-13 NA in transition Those leaving for the Sun Belt ODU: 2019-20- $42,629,922 / 2012-13- $37,211,455, but in transition (Change +$5,000,000) Marshall: 2019-20- $31,803,256 / 2012-13- $26,407,396 (Change +$5,000,000) Southern Miss: 2019-20- $22,793,590 / 2012-13- $19,770,938 (Change +$3,000,000) If a Charlotte or UTSA fans can provide me with their numbers from 2012, I'd be glad to update this post. Thanks.
  8. I thought I was gone after over 3k posts on this page, but man, had to come back and say if UTSA didn’t deserve in, who did? ODU got disrespected, but UTSA had a crime against them. Great season, Roadrunners. You’ll get props when you go to the AAC. Remaining C-USA schools, it ain’t me, but you have to see Judy gets no respect and the league will continue to suffer under her. Please do what we, uab, and Marshall couldn’t do. You future depends on it.View Full Article
  9. These guys are in a really bad spot. Travel costs will kill them in non-FB sports. They'll need to find another conference like the WAC They have no budget. I don't see what their future is and it is a shame.
  10. Looks like the AAC is in discussions with Marshall. Posted on the Sun Belt board.
  11. https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nc...981859001/ Great news for C-USA I wanted to share with you guys. USA Today has UTSA ranked #24 in the entire nation. What a fantastic program they are building down there near the Alamo!
  12. Quote:DALLAS – Conference USA announced on Wednesday policies for event cancellations in all of its sports for the 2021-22 seasons as the league continues to monitor all developments that pertain to COVID-19. If a team is unable to compete in a regular season conference game/match due to COVID-19, that team will forfeit the contest, which will count as a loss in the conference standings. In this instance, the team that is available to play will be awarded a win in the conference standings. In the event that both teams are unable to participate due to COVID-19, a no-contest will be declared. Should circumstances within the current scheduling framework allow (e.g. teams sharing an open date later in the schedule), rescheduling may be possible. Existing tie-breaker procedures for each of the conference’s sports will apply to determining champions, division champions and/or seeding within conference championship tournaments, when applicable. These policies are effective as of Sept. 8, 2021 and will be active until they are rescinded or adjusted by the C-USA Board of Directors. View Full Article
  13. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.express...440792.php University of Texas at San Antonio President Taylor Eighmy said in an email sent to faculty, staff, students and alumni on Tuesday that the football team and athletics department will no longer take part in traditions associated with the "Come and Take It" slogan beginning immediately. This means the traditional unfurling of the enormous "Come and Take It" flag across the student section before the start of the fourth quarter of home football games will no longer take place. The school received backlash online after opening its new Roadrunner Athletics Center of Excellence building that greets visitors with a large "Come and Take It" sign. A former UTSA professor created the petition to urge the university to take down the sign and to end the use of the slogan because it is "offensive" and "anti-Mexican."
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