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Date Posted: 20:32:30 01/30/15 Fri
Author: David S.
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Subject: Clarke University-Iowa NAIA Adds Football In 2018
In reply to: David S. 's message, "Mount Mercy NAIA Might Have To Add Football" on 22:04:30 01/12/15 Mon

> >href="http://metrosportsreport.com/index.php?option=com

>Mount Mercy of the NAIA might have to add football if
>they want to get into the Heartland of America
>Conference. Them and Clark College in Iowa both could
>get accepted into the conference, but the by-laws
>states that a school must play football. Sometime this
>winter or spring, there could be a decision made.


In the article for Mount Mercy-Iowa mentioned Clarke. This could mean that Mount Mercy could add football, and both could wind up in Heartland Of America Conference.

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