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  • Is Shorter Next to Drop?

    Florida Tech situation is terrible. With North Alabama leaving, and now Florida Tech dropping. GSC not as strong as 2017. Shorter could be next. Financial problems have plagued the school. The GSC could be shrinking.

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    Originally posted by Dirty Harry View Post
    Florida Tech situation is terrible. With North Alabama leaving, and now Florida Tech dropping. GSC not as strong as 2017. Shorter could be next. Financial problems have plagued the school. The GSC could be shrinking.
    Don't think we'll be the only conference affected by this corn-teen...... ;)


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    • #3
      I expect we will see more Fla.Tech terminations across all divisions along with upper divisions dropping down a level or two in order to save their programs from termination the more the season is jeopardized by the virus. A legitimate and effective treatment and/or antibody serum is the only realistic path to saving the 2020 season. D2 may ultimately end up with a net gain of schools in the next year.

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      • #4
        Look for California schools on the D1 level to start the no football this fall trend. Everything seems to start there. Then look for the Political back in forth between the sides about to have football or not. The SEC will put up the biggest fight to have football this fall, but will lose that battle as more and more schools follow the California way. On line classes/ no students at the university’s, makes really tough to have students at games. This will financially crush D2 sports. It’s political folks.

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        • #5
          In retrospect I am glad UWF had the experience in the 1970’s of terminating it’s entire athletic program and realizing this action was very bad for its long term growth. I am also glad that they are in the lower cost D2 division and that they have already reported that they are financially able to weather a cancellation of the 2020 season. Argos are probably in better shape to weather this storm than many D1 schools and Coach Shinnick is already reporting that their 2021 signing day board is best in program history. Long term future looks good for blue and green.

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          • #6
            It's been rumored for a while but...
            ESPN radio host Paul Finebaum said that he thinks the Power Five conferences are slowly moving towards breaking away from the NCAA. 
            Go GSC and Roar LIONS!!

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            • #7
              Conference CCAA out in California will not have any fall sports.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BlazerLady View Post
                Conference CCAA out in California will not have any fall sports.
                I saw that, too. However, they are a non-football conference.
                Go GSC and Roar LIONS!!

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