Formation of a Multi League Scheduling Agreement to Enhance Team Power Rankings

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Just happened to catch the tale end of a piece on the Sports Huddle the other day where Bob Black was talking about talk going around that the A10, MWC and MVC have been having talks about creating a select group of schools from each of the 3 leagues (top 8 or 9 in each league) that will enter into an agreement to schedule each other each year in order to enhance each schools power ratings. Supposedly 2 conferences have signed off on the agreement but the A10 wants to study it more.

PS: Black was not happy as ur was not on the list from the A10
 
Just happened to catch the tale end of a piece on the Sports Huddle the other day where Bob Black was talking about talk going around that the A10, MWC and MVC have been having talks about creating a select group of schools from each of the 3 leagues (top 8 or 9 in each league) that will enter into an agreement to schedule each other each year in order to enhance each schools power ratings. Supposedly 2 conferences have signed off on the agreement but the A10 wants to study it more.

PS: Black was not happy as ur was not on the list from the A10
Sure, let's do it.
 
Just happened to catch the tale end of a piece on the Sports Huddle the other day where Bob Black was talking about talk going around that the A10, MWC and MVC have been having talks about creating a select group of schools from each of the 3 leagues (top 8 or 9 in each league) that will enter into an agreement to schedule each other each year in order to enhance each schools power ratings. Supposedly 2 conferences have signed off on the agreement but the A10 wants to study it more.

PS: Black was not happy as ur was not on the list from the A10
HA.

Aside from last year, maybe field a team good enough to finish in the top 8 or 9.
 
The power conferences have been doing this for year by scheduling inter-conference games with other power programs during the OOC. This then allows them the ability to schedule fewer or much weaker mid/low-major programs without being hurt when NCAA bids are handed out
 
Just happened to catch the tale end of a piece on the Sports Huddle the other day where Bob Black was talking about talk going around that the A10, MWC and MVC have been having talks about creating a select group of schools from each of the 3 leagues (top 8 or 9 in each league) that will enter into an agreement to schedule each other each year in order to enhance each schools power ratings. Supposedly 2 conferences have signed off on the agreement but the A10 wants to study it more.

PS: Black was not happy as ur was not on the list from the A10
Someone better tell the guy who thinks UR is smoking us in the portal.lol He seems to be concerned about them.
 
This is an excellent idea. Anyone who’s not in the acc, sec, b1g, big 12 or big east needs to get on board
 
Westhampton's feelings.
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