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Recession Forces College Football To Cut a BCS Bowl Game

Article By on 26th June, 2009

... fact, Due to the recession, NCAA football lost a BCS Bowl game.

Since 2004, the Central Washington Wildcats and the Western Washington University Vikings have been meeting at Qwest field to compete in the “Battle in Seattle.”

In the first year of the Battle in Seattle, 16,392 fans came together to watch. The intensity of the rivalry was increased when the two DII schools moved to the North Central Conference because the teams could only play once, opposed to the Greater Northwest Athletic conference when they played twice. So, the prestigious “Cascade Cup” was awarded to the winner of the Battle.

Competing in the battle, I know the impact that the game creates for the students, athletes, coaches, and the ...

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