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
The host of the Division I Football Championship game could be decided next Thursday when teams from Frisco and Chattanooga make their final presentations. Though the results will not be known until early March, next Thursday's presentation will be the final chance for the two bid teams to make their pitch.
In order to help their case, the Southland Conference is making their final push to get fans to visit [url=http://www.collegefootballfrisco.com]CollegeFootballFrisco.com[/url].
Richard Durett of ESPNDallas.com [url=http://sports.espn.go.com/dallas/ncf/news/story?id=4906728]announced an NCAA decision[/url] in his most recent writing pertaining to the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game.
In his article, Durrett quotes Southland Conference Commissioner Tom Burnett, who says the NCAA would work with "local officials and ESPN" to shift the date of the game in 2011, since it would be head to head against the Cotton Bowl.
According to correspondence with the Southland Conference office, the Frisco and Chattanooga bid groups will make their final pitch on Feb. 25 in Indianapolis to the Division I Football Championship Committee.
That committee will then turn around and make a recommendation to the Division I Championships Cabinet. A final decision is expected in early March.
As this issue is clearly one that will carry a great deal of SLC interest over the weeks and potentially, months
Updated 01-30-2010 at 05:02 PM by jplotkin