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Date Posted: 18:45:00 01/06/16 Wed
Author: charles arey
Author Host/IP: 98.19.190.209
Subject: 2016 conference realignment

Anything this year? I think it's going to be a pretty quiet year for realignment. Massachusetts will become an independent team, and Coastal Carolina will begin a transition to FBS and the Sun Belt Conference.

Anything else?

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[> Re: 2016 conference realignment -- Dustin, 12:20:13 01/07/16 Thu (98.232.204.223)

Division II:

-Malone leaves the GLIAC to become an Independent for one year before the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (GMAC) officially forms for football in 2017.
-Texas-Permian Basin, Western New Mexico and Oklahoma Panhandle State join the Lone Star Conference (LSC). The former two as full members and the latter as a associate member.
-Dixie State (Utah) and South Dakota Mines will leave the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) and join the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC). The former as an associate member and the latter as a full member.

Division III

-Nebraska Wesleyan, an NAIA school with dual membership in that association and with Division 3, will go straight D-III and join the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC).
-Carroll leaves the Midwest Conference and joins the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW)

This is a prelude to next season when two new conferences will start sponsoring football: The Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) and the New England Men's and Woman's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC)

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[> Re: 2016 conference realignment -- David S., 19:53:08 01/08/16 Fri (173.216.51.197)

>Anything this year? I think it's going to be a pretty
>quiet year for realignment. Massachusetts will become
>an independent team, and Coastal Carolina will begin a
>transition to FBS and the Sun Belt Conference.
>
>Anything else?


Stillman and Concordia Alabama will drop football, and not be in a football conference this year.

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[> Re: 2016 conference realignment -- Benny and Biff, 01:48:18 01/13/16 Wed (76.240.194.19)

>Anything this year? I think it's going to be a pretty
>quiet year for realignment. Massachusetts will become
>an independent team, and Coastal Carolina will begin a
>transition to FBS and the Sun Belt Conference.
>
>Anything else?

Ohio State drops football...only 7 pass the course "Reading Comics"

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[> [> Re: 2016 conference realignment -- David H, 08:05:10 01/13/16 Wed (45.23.229.68)

>>Anything this year? I think it's going to be a pretty
>>quiet year for realignment. Massachusetts will become
>>an independent team, and Coastal Carolina will begin a
>>transition to FBS and the Sun Belt Conference.
>>
>>Anything else?
>
>Ohio State drops football...only 7 pass the course
>"Reading Comics"


Are you sure that's not UNC?

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