The Ultimate Mountain Time Zone Power League

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The Ultimate Mountain Time Zone Power League
Brigham Young University is the largest faith based operated university in the U.S. not to mention the western states.

Conference movements and realignments are nothing new to the region that makes up the Mountain Time Zone of the United States.  The Mountain West Conference is merely the fourth rendition of an NCAA division 1 athletic league to geographically position itself in the region over the past century, and the 8 states that make up this region Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming have been in the cross hairs of such movements in the past, and no doubt will in the future as the landscape of college sports ever evolves.  But why has league alignment in this region become so fragmented over time?  Why is it now split between 3 power leagues at first and then two?  With all this talk of league alignment what schools would you grab for such a league with geographic parameters stretching from  the desert Southwest to the northern plains stretching to the Canadian border with the mountain valleys in between?

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