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Date Posted: 15:30:03 02/18/16 Thu
Author: David S.
Author Host/IP: 173.216.51.197
Subject: Status Of Indiana Wesleyan, Calvin, Winthrop, Milwaukee, Rio Grande (NAIA), Mount Mercy

Still have not heard any word from these schools if they decide to add football or not.

Indiana Wesleyan last year did a feasibility on adding sports last year, and football was one of them. Just waiting for the outcome.

No words came out of Winthrop after their meeting about adding sports.

Calvin was supposed to have a meeting a few years ago if they would add football, and there is no news.

Milwaukee is looking at adding football, but no news yet about it.

Student voted on adding football at Rio Grande in Ohio. But, there is no new word on what the school is doing.

New Orleans from what I heard, still will have football, but with the state of disaster of the Louisiana having no budget for the schools, some schools might be shut down.

From what I also understand, varsity football is coming to both Lemoyne-Owen and Coppin State.

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