Are more changes on the way for the WAC? One tweet has us thinking the answer is "Yes!"
I was kind of kidding, or at least I want to think I was.
I thought it was somewhat amazing that a team would leave the Summit Conference, like Kansas City did, to join the WAC. It didn't make sense to me.
So I said this:
Jaw hits floor. A school is leaving a real conference for the WAC. Now I have seen everything. sbn.to/Ye1pyM— Mid-Major Madness (@mid_madness) February 7, 2013
Now, I know that we have a few ADs watching what we do. I would imagine most of the time, they ignore us (Hi guys and gals!).
So I wasn't fully prepared to receive this:
@mid_madness ...you have not seen anything yet.— Dan Schumacher (@ChicagoStateAD) February 8, 2013
I would think he was just kidding, but this is the same Dan Schumacher who dropped a few hints on his Twitter feed (which it seemed he created just for the sole purpose of) about Chicago State joining the WAC a couple of months ago.
So stay tuned WAC faithful. It looks like more interesting news is ahead for the league. And I might just have to let my jaw hit the floor again.