Utah Owns Big Sky

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Re: Utah Owns Big Sky

Postby kalm » Sun Nov 19, 2017 5:29 pm

SDHornet wrote:
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Sac is a playoff caliber team.

Borderline. Not counting quality losses ( :lol: ), take away our SUU win and our wins were over teams with a combined 17-48 record. :|


Sounds like Nichols and Monmouth - the quality win.
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Re: Utah Owns Big Sky

Postby Jjoey52 » Sun Nov 19, 2017 5:57 pm

Never could figure out why the non scholarship schools are in FCS, they should have their own division.


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Re: Utah Owns Big Sky

Postby Thundernuts » Sun Nov 19, 2017 7:50 pm

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But have you seen what we’ve done lately? :mrgreen: I hope our momentum keeps us rolling deep into the playoffs. I’d love to put Webes on ice again too.

Revenge is a dish best served on someone else's home field :twisted:



First things first, the Leathernecks

And I’ll be cheering loudly for you for 2 reasons, first to rep Utah and the Sky, and second so we can show who owns Utah.... again. :nod:

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Re: Utah Owns Big Sky

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Sun Nov 19, 2017 8:08 pm

Jjoey52 wrote:Never could figure out why the non scholarship schools are in FCS, they should have their own division.


Because everyone got tired of DI basketball schools playing DIII football just so they could get a lot of wins on the cheap. The "Dayton Rule" forced teams to play football at their primary NCAA division.

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Re: Utah Owns Big Sky

Postby Jjoey52 » Sun Nov 19, 2017 10:52 pm

Mvemjsunpx wrote:
Jjoey52 wrote:Never could figure out why the non scholarship schools are in FCS, they should have their own division.


Because everyone got tired of DI basketball schools playing DIII football just so they could get a lot of wins on the cheap. The "Dayton Rule" forced teams to play football at their primary NCAA division.


They should be Division 1AAA.


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Re: Utah Owns Big Sky

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Sun Nov 19, 2017 11:45 pm

Jjoey52 wrote:
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Because everyone got tired of DI basketball schools playing DIII football just so they could get a lot of wins on the cheap. The "Dayton Rule" forced teams to play football at their primary NCAA division.


They should be Division 1AAA.


A lot of them did drop football in the 2000s. I don't have a problem with them being around, it's not like they're hurting anybody.

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Re: Utah Owns Big Sky

Postby SuperHornet » Tue Nov 21, 2017 5:21 pm

Mvemjsunpx wrote:
Jjoey52 wrote:
They should be Division 1AAA.


A lot of them did drop football in the 2000s. I don't have a problem with them being around, it's not like they're hurting anybody.


Jjoey: What Venus is trying to say is that the unofficial I-AAA designation refers to D-I schools that choose NOT to field a football team.
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Re: Utah Owns Big Sky

Postby Jjoey52 » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:24 pm

Thx


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