[ATTACH=CONFIG]62[/ATTACH]I couldn't resist: here's my (somewhat) tongue-in-cheek list as to why Frisco, Texas - a town without a FCS team to call home - won the bidding to become the home of the FCS National Championship game for the next three years.
10. After Chattanooga tripled their bid, the NCAA managed to negotiate free wings to go with their free one-topping pizzas for life from Pizza Hut.
9. Because the NCAA thought it was high time that "Tree City USA"
Updated 02-26-2010 at 05:49 PM by Chuck B.
One of these things is not like the others:
Division I adopts 20-team bracket, moves FCS title game to Frisco, Texas (ESPN)
Frisco's Pizza Hut Park to host Football Championship Subdivision title game (Dallas Morning News)
Football Championship Subdivision title game will be in Frisco (Dallas Morning News Blog - Todd Davis)
Chattanooga: Title game headed to Frisco (Chattanooga Times Free Press)
Can you guess which article is different?
Updated 02-26-2010 at 11:42 PM by rwallace
The NCAA had a decision to make this week regarding the Division I Football Championship game.
Would Chattanooga, Tenn., the host for the last 13 years retain their hosting duties or could Frisco, Texas earn the rights to host the game?
Around mid-day, a [url=http://www.southland.org/ViewArticle.dbml?temp_site=NO&DB_OEM_ID=18400&ATCLID=204896128]press release from the NCAA[/url] began to circulate with the lead of, "Frisco, Texas, has been selected as the
Like I mentioned before, I don't think this is a good idea but EWU officials seem dead set on moving forward with this project. I am all for replacing the natural surface in Cheney that sees its field torn up by year's end but seeing a full field of red is going to be tough to watch especially considering EWU wears full red uniforms and pants (at least as of today).
The blue turf of former Big Sky member Boise State is one thing, which is at least close to the normal color of grass.
Jim Dunaway, an anchor on the Birmingham CBS affiliate and a member of the "The Roundtable" on JOX 94.5 FM has reported via [URL=http://twitter.com/jimdunaway]his Twitter account[/url] that "Auburn redshirt freshman quarterback Tyrik Rollison plans to transfer to Sam Houston State".
Not long after Dunaway's tweet, an [url=http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=4941474]ESPN article[/url] appeared confirming the story from Rollison's father.