Mountain West gives TCU the proverbial finger with Decision

It was announced yesterday that the Mountain West conference had decided to take away a scheduled home game from TCU and decided to give it to the incoming Boise State. While this had been speculated to be the decision that would be made, upon hearing that it is in fact the decision is very upsetting. TCU has been one of the benchmark programs in the Mountain West for the last 4 to 5 years.

Now the conference has decided to give TCU a kick in the rear and give them the finger because they are on the way out to the Big East.  It is being said the decision was made in the best interest of the conference, but the real truth is, they just wanted to stick it to TCU. In the end, TCU will be the winner because they are becoming a BCS eligible team starting in 2012. The Mountain West can take some ticket revenue away from the horned frogs, but in the end the Mountain West will just become a glorified WAC type conference.

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  3. Write on my man. TCU will be with the big boys. Who cares what the Muntain West does. I’m so glad TCU will be able to display their wares in a real arena where they will have a chance at a BCS berth every year. Dalton is going to be tough to replace, but I bet they will still be competitive next year. Patterson is one heck of a coach. Good article.

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