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Mountain West Revenue In "Significantly Better Shape," But Far Behind Power Five

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 30 / 15

The Mountain West Conference revenue-wise is in "significantly better shape than it’s ever been," but the gap "remains Grand Canyon-wide between its schools and the Power Five leagues, and the concern is that it will just keep getting wider," according to Tod Leonard of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRI...

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