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WAC, MWC Might Shuffle Off BCS Radar

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At the end of Wednesday's conference realignment dealings, Karl Benson and Craig Thompson were set for a steel-cage match. The loser not only leaves town, but also, maybe, Division I-A football?

What was left of the Mountain West and WAC after Wednesday's realignment cat fight can trace its beginnings back to the Big Ten's Dec. 15 press release that it was considering expansion. Then again, you could blame everything from Lindsay's jail time to global warming on the Big Ten, but I digress.

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