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  1. Justin Fields follows Falcons players amid speculation he unfollowed the Bears: https://sports.yahoo.com/justin-fields-follows-falcons-players-184630312.html
  2. https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/39563282/cfp-unanimously-approves-5+7-model-new-12-team-playoff
  3. It would depend on the criteria used for a qualifier, and I am not sure I have seen one presented here on the GID that I like or honestly even fully understand.
  4. https://www.indystar.com/story/news/politics/2024/02/20/from-term-limits-to-bus-lanes-indiana-lawmakers-fight-locals-for-control/72481908007/ Government is more effective the more local it is. This is the way it always has been and always will be it. It is simple logic. The Indiana state legislature needs to realize that.
  5. So you are ok with conference memberships in football being a possible victim of a postseason qualification process?
  6. Agreed. I just worry that such a qualification process will change how schools look at a conference title, because now playing those same 6-7 conference schools every season may reduce your chance to qualify for a postseason berth, based on whatever algorithm is used. This could have the very real chance of schools dropping conference memberships, at least in football.
  7. I don't know. For most programs a state title is very much realistically out of their grasp while a conference championship can be a much more achievable goal to strive for.
  8. Meh, I spent my college years there. It wasn't that bad. Better than someplace like Muncie. And IMHO the area, at least around the ISU campus, has been cleaned up considerably over the past 10-20 years.
  9. From the article: *sigh* Basic journalism at the Indianapolis Star continues to go downhill.
  10. Considering two of those schools, Danville and Tri-West, were relative newcomers to the Sagamore it still sticks in the craw of many that these three schools were able to pry the venerable conference name away from the remaining five members. And those five schools, along AFAIK with a still unnamed sixth school, still haven't announced what this new conference will be called.
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