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Date Posted: 14:48:04 09/02/04 Thu
Author: inside
Subject: Re: FB Team Moving?
In reply to: Inquirer 's message, "FB Team Moving?" on 15:47:51 09/01/04 Wed

not all PL schools are need based-only schools. Otherwise, how could a team like Colgate make it to the IAA finals?

Here is the reason why there is a split. All of your programs have to be equated, same level (I, II, III), with a few exceptions out there of course for non-major sports (Merrimack hockey for example). In order for CCSU, or other schools, to have a football program, it has to be DI (or IAA) because the athletic department is a DI department...the mid-major level allows that to happen without putting the millions of dollars into the program that a normal IAA team would. Does it cause confusion, absolutely, basically it makes the mid-majors a glorified DIII program.

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