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Liberty Fan: Anything lower than AAC not worth it

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By cruzan_flame13
I see us going the route as Notre Dame did back a few decades ago. I'm not saying we will be identical to Notre Dame, especially the fact that the game isn't the same as it was. I do feel we will go the independent route for awhile and continue to contain great connections with other school AD's that are close with AD McCaw. At the same time I see this helping our Olympic sports and the blessings that we have in facilities. If we can get into a nice conference that is not football affiliated, I don't see the point of having football in a conference. If some reason the Big XII finally put aside their pride and add some other schools and then some how we can get a spot with the AAC, then I would think that LU might consider. Anything lower than the AAC in G5 terms is not worth it for football. Of course I would hope that LU would get an opportunity with the A-10 or Big East for their Olympic sports (hopefully they'll progress on a sufficient and discipline manner without any unlawful deals with student athletes/prospects). I really see LU getting very noticeable on an athletic level from now on. In conclusion, independent is the way to go since the crew can create great schedules for football(hopefully that will rub off on the other sports).
 

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I think he is referencing FCS. I can't really think of any other conference lower than AAC! 

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1 hour ago, MCMLXXX said:

I think he is referencing FCS. I can't really think of any other conference lower than AAC! 

Tell that to your AD and fellow posters because yall are begging for an invite.

 

 

Liberty has a better chance of joining the AAC in its current form than UNT.

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6 hours ago, Wag Tag said:

Biggest hurdle for LU will be the growth of Old D in Norfolk! 

Or having questionable academics.  They are basically a University of Phoenix with a campus.

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1 hour ago, TheColonyEagle said:

that's stupid

 

So is your degree but lets stay on one mediocre subject. 

Liberty makes geographical sense, has better facilities and far far more money than UNT and would cut a huge check to join

 

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I wish the AAC would invite Liberty. That would be awesome to see UH stuck playing spares like Liberty and SMU in conference games.

Trade UConn for Liberty...that would be perfect for y’all.

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12 hours ago, CK2 said:

So is your degree but lets stay on one mediocre subject. 

Liberty makes geographical sense, has better facilities and far far more money than UNT and would cut a huge check to join

 

Says the guy who downgraded to Harris County Community College.

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