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    Default Re: What Division 1 Programs would you bring back?

    Apparently we can add Liberty to the list of programs to bring back.

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    Notre Dame - I think wrestling suffers from the major players not being schools with national appeal, Notre Dame is one of those.

    Kansas and K State - strengthen the Big XII wrestling, Kansas high school wrestling has been improving it seems, this would be a huge boost.

    Oregon - West Coast wrestling is incredibly vulnerable.

    Washington - Same.

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    5 universities that can afford to come back representing 5 regions
    University of Texas
    University of Florida
    Syracuse University
    UCLA
    Notre Dame
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    1. My alma mater, of course. I don't think it's feasible, however, due to the Title IX albatross combined with the athletic department being at the 14-sport minimum for Division I athletics. Cutting baseball and soccer (and adding men's tennis) is likely what it would take by that yardstick, and cutting the two flagship non-revenue sports at the university would make my career as an Athletic Director there numbered, in terms of seconds.
    2. Florida Atlantic, which is basically around the corner from my house.
    3/4/5. Fresno State/Nebraska-Omaha/Oregon. Anything to make Mr.'s Boeh, Alberts, and Kilkenny look stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SetonHallPirate View Post
    1. My alma mater, of course. I don't think it's feasible, however, due to the Title IX albatross combined with the athletic department being at the 14-sport minimum for Division I athletics. Cutting baseball and soccer (and adding men's tennis) is likely what it would take by that yardstick, and cutting the two flagship non-revenue sports at the university would make my career as an Athletic Director there numbered, in terms of seconds.
    2. Florida Atlantic, which is basically around the corner from my house.
    3/4/5. Fresno State/Nebraska-Omaha/Oregon. Anything to make Mr.'s Boeh, Alberts, and Kilkenny look stupid.
    Where did you go????
    and i didn't think about Florida
    it be a good place with highschools like brandon and such

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    See his name, Pita...

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    Florida State University the state Florida needs college wrestling and it would be great for ACC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gantry View Post
    See his name, Pita...
    Now i do and that definitely answers my question for me

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    Grips--I think you're right that Dave Schultz started at UCLA, although he got his fame at Oklahoma. Someone else may verify that for suree at .

    Brothers, Dave did go to UCLA, but just for a year, and he was redshirting at that. He had left OK St. where he started out as a freshman AA (3rd, 1 loss to Churella). Transferred to UCLA where Brother Mark was starting as a freshman. The program was cancelled at the end of that year, leaving a potential top 5 NCAA team ( Pat O Donnell, Jackson & Harlan Kistler, the Schultzs,-Future AA's all) to all transfer to various schools. Damn shame there too!

    As far as teams to bring back/start- UCLA & San Jose St. Univ. of Miami, Syracuse, Morgan St., Notre Dame, Fresno, and Washington or Washington St.

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