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New B1G Agreement Regarding FB Scheduling

It appears that the B1G AD's have gotten together to try and strengthen the OOC opponents in football. According to Barry Alvarez, there is an agreement in place to ban any B1G conference member from having a FCS opponent on their schedule. Calling the OOC scheduling in the B1G "rediculous" and "not very appealing" Alverez went on to say that all future football schedules in the B1G will contain nothing but FBS opponents starting, most likely, in 2014 when Maryland and Rutgers join the conference. That puts an end to the James Madisons, William and Mary's, and Towson's appearing on the schedule. Being a season ticket holder I like this thinking as I will no longer have to watch "glorified scrimmages" and instead will likely see better opponents. Thoughts?

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