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Rumor of the day: Mountain West Conference+Boise State=BCS?


Call this the blockbuster rumor of the day. The Mountain West Conference may get an automatic BCS berth if they expand to twelve teams and add a conference championship game . The Boise State, Nevada, and Fresno State.
So far, I haven't able to find any of the big sites talking about this. If it wasn't Orson Swindle providing the link to the sight I might just discount it altogether. So this might be somebody hearing voices in his head. But it were true it solve a few headaches for the big schools.
An expanded MWC with Boise State would mean that the best known BCS buster teams (Boise, Utah, BYU, TCU) would be beating each other up for a BCS appearance every year. It would cut down on the number of undefeated teams each season also, which really benefits the BCS. Where it really helps is that the BCS would cover a growing market in the Rocky Mountain Region. And it could possibly keep Utah Senator Orrin Hatch his calls for a Justice Department investigation of the BCS's legality off their backs for a while.
It sounds like a good deal, which means it might be a load of crap. Stay tuned.

(via EDSBS)


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Call this the blockbuster rumor of the day. The Mountain West Conference may get an automatic BCS berth if they expand to twelve teams and add a conference championship game . The Boise State, Nevada, and Fresno State.
So far, I haven't able to find any of the big sites talking about this. If it wasn't Orson Swindle providing the link to the sight I might just discount it altogether. So this might be somebody hearing voices in his head. But it were true it solve a few headaches for the big schools.
An expanded MWC with Boise State would mean that the best known BCS buster teams (Boise, Utah, BYU, TCU) would be beating each other up for a BCS appearance every year. It would cut down on the number of undefeated teams each season also, which really benefits the BCS. Where it really helps is that the BCS would cover a growing market in the Rocky Mountain Region. And it could possibly keep Utah Senator Orrin Hatch his calls for a Justice Department investigation of the BCS's legality off their backs for a while.
It sounds like a good deal, which means it might be a load of crap. Stay tuned.

(via EDSBS)



Posted originally: 2009-11-12 15:10:00