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  1. http://missionvalley.sdsu.edu/assets/pdfs/SDSU-MV-IS-1-17-19.pdf According to page 6 & 29 of the attached master report, SDSU's Mission Valley Campus expansion would increase full time equivalent student enrollment by 15,000 to 20,000 (see bottom of page 6). Eventual school enrollment could reach anywhere between 50,000 and 55,000 students, surpassing enrollment figures of either USC or UCLA. Hovering around 35,000 students, SDSU is currently the largest university in the Mountain West Conference. Enrollment of 55,000 would completely overshadow other Mountain West institutions, and could place SDSU #2 in the Pac-12 and #1 in the Big XII. When all is said and done, SDSU could eventually become the 5th largest university in the United States. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_public_university_campuses_by_enrollment https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mountain_West_Conference https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pac-12_Conference https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_12_Conference
  2. https://footballfoundation.org/news/2019/6/11/2018-19_Attendance_Release.aspx
  3. From Wikipedia:In the 42 College All-Star Games, the defending pro champions won 31, the All-Stars won nine, and two were ties, giving the collegians a .238 winning percentage.Game results:Year Date Winning team Losing team Attendance Series1934 August 31 College All-Stars 0 Chicago Bears 0 79,432 Tied 0–0–11935 August 29 Chicago Bears 5 College All-Stars 0 77,450 NFL 1–0–11936 September 2 College All-Stars 7 Detroit Lions 7 76,000 NFL 1–0–21937 September 1 College All-Stars[2] 6 Green Bay Packers 0 84,560 Tied 1–1–21938 August 31 College All-Stars[3] 28 Washington Redskins 16 74,250 Colleges 2–1–21939 August 30 New York Giants 9 College All-Stars 0 81,456 Tied 2–2–21940 August 29 Green Bay Packers 45 College All-Stars 28 84,567 NFL 3–2–21941 August 28 Chicago Bears 37 College All-Stars 13 98,203 NFL 4–2–21942 August 28 Chicago Bears 21 College All-Stars 0 101,103 NFL 5–2–21943 August 28 College All-Stars 27 Washington Redskins 7 48,437 NFL 5–3–21944 August 30 Chicago Bears 24 College All-Stars 21 49,246 NFL 6–3–21945 August 30 Green Bay Packers 19 College All-Stars 7 92,753 NFL 7–3–21946 August 23 College All-Stars 16 Los Angeles Rams 0 97,380 NFL 7–4–21947 August 23 College All-Stars 16 Chicago Bears 0 105,840 NFL 7–5–21948 August 22 Chicago Cardinals 28 College All-Stars 0 101,220 NFL 8–5–21949 August 22 Philadelphia Eagles 38 College All-Stars 0 93,780 NFL 9–5–21950 August 11 College All-Stars[5] 17 Philadelphia Eagles 7 88,885 NFL 9–6–21951 August 17 Cleveland Browns 33 College All-Stars 0 92,180 NFL 10–6–21952 August 15 Los Angeles Rams 10 College All-Stars 7 88,316 NFL 11–6–21953 August 14 Detroit Lions 24 College All-Stars 10 93,818 NFL 12–6–21954 August 13 Detroit Lions 31 College All-Stars 6 93,470 NFL 13–6–21955 August 12 College All-Stars[6] 30 Cleveland Browns 27 75,000 NFL 13–7–21956 August 10 Cleveland Browns 26 College All-Stars 0 75,000 NFL 14–7–21957 August 9 New York Giants 22 College All-Stars 12 75,000 NFL 15–7–21958 August 15 College All-Stars[7] 35 Detroit Lions 19 70,000 NFL 15–8–21959 August 14 Baltimore Colts 29 College All-Stars 0 70,000 NFL 16–8–21960 August 12 Baltimore Colts 32 College All-Stars 7 70,000 NFL 17–8–21961 August 4 Philadelphia Eagles[15] 28 College All-Stars 14 66,000 NFL 18–8–21962 August 3 Green Bay Packers[16] 42 College All-Stars 20 65,000 NFL 19–8–21963 August 2 College All-Stars[8] 20 Green Bay Packers 17 65,000 NFL 19–9–21964 August 7 Chicago Bears[17] 28 College All-Stars 17 65,000 NFL 20–9–21965 August 6 Cleveland Browns[18] 24 College All-Stars 16 68,000 NFL 21–9–21966 August 5 Green Bay Packers[19] 38 College All-Stars 0 72,000 NFL 22–9–21967 August 4 Green Bay Packers[20] 27 College All-Stars 0 70,934 NFL 23–9–21968 August 2 Green Bay Packers[21] 34 College All-Stars 17 69,917 NFL 24–9–21969 August 1 New York Jets[22] 26 College All-Stars 24 74,208 NFL 25–9–21970 July 31 Kansas City Chiefs[23] 24 College All-Stars 3 69,940 NFL 26–9–21971 July 30 Baltimore Colts[24] 24 College All-Stars 17 52,289 NFL 27–9–21972 July 28 Dallas Cowboys[25] 20 College All-Stars 7 54,162 NFL 28–9–21973 July 27 Miami Dolphins[26] 14 College All-Stars 3 54,103 NFL 29–9–21974 July 26 Canceled due to 1974 NFL strikeGame was originally scheduled between the Miami Dolphins and College All-Stars1975 August 1 Pittsburgh Steelers[27] 21 College All-Stars 14 54,562 NFL 30–9–21976 July 23 1 Pittsburgh Steelers 24 College All-Stars 0 52,095 NFL 31–9–2
  4. Don't be so sure of yourself! Here's a little known College Football fact you should get familiar with:http://www.sportsonearth.com/article/55399888/
  5. Alabama has the best college football team $$$ can buy... including its players! Don't for a minute think those boys aren't aren't being paid under the table. Putting that aside, which NFL squads could Alabama realistically beat this year? And why?
  6. Easy: 1. Neither school EARNED the right to join the conference by way of accomplishment 2. MWC "settled" for both schools in order to survive as a conference... AND FOR NO OTHER REASON 3. Utah State suffers from an inferiority complex to BYU (a BYU "wanna-be"... yet forever labled a BYU "never-2-bee") 4. Logan doesn't even appear on the college football radar... not even in the State of Utah. Why would anyone go to Logan in the first place? (maybe an occasional intoxicated hitchhiker on his/her way to Laramie, perhaps?) 5. Both schools lack a sense of identity. If it weren't for MWC charity, both would be joining the Sun Belt next year. - Aztecjeff
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