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AAC patting themselves in the back...

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Probably the most obvious stat favoring the AAC is television exposure.  Time and time again, they use that stat to convince themselves that they are the best conference and best teams in the G5 (yes, G5).  There are two factors that the MWC cannot meet, no matter how hard they try: Eastern Time Zone; and east coast population. They probably get more exposure for the pollsters, but does their exposure make their conference any more valuable than the MWC?  I don't think it does.  All one has to consider is UConn.  

https://csnbbs.com/thread-867843.html

 

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AAC has some teams but not is as good as BSU year in year out.Fres also had a good run under hill and during david carrs brothers years as well.SDSU under long has been respectable.Remember UCF went 0-12 few years ago

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I get that, but the measurable that they repeatedly use to support their claim as the best of the G5 is eyeballs watching televised games.  The time zone is their friend but it has nothing to do with the quality of their teams.  None.  The link reflects an AAC fan's effort to legitimize their claim of superiority of the G5 conferences.  

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UCF despite all the hoopla and accolades of a mythical national championship still rarely gets 4 star recruits compared to BSU.BSU and Fresno if Tedford stays are more likely to be consistent.SDSU is likely to dip when Long is gone.

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