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03-08-2013, 09:12 AM
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Originally Posted by AdmiralsFan24 View Post

Every school in the AAU would benefit from requiring all student-athletes to be competitive for general admissions or every school in the AAU be hurt by doing so?

I thought that Kansas, Missouri, Arizona, Iowa State and CU-Boulder (the one Div I school in the AAU that requires it already) would not feel the athletic effects of such a policy as much as Stanford, Notre Dame or the Ivies would... since they are not nearly as selective.

I knew there was an entire Div III conference comprised entirely of AAU members (UAA) and that Big 10 was entirely comprised of AAU members at one point, until Nebraska got ejected (the chancellor of Nebraska at the time of ejection cited the lack of an on-campus med school and mistreatment of agricultural research).

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