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Why couldn Western return to NCAA Division III or the NAIA to play football?

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Why couldn Western return to NCAA Division III or the NAIA to play football?

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One of the reasons that Western decided to move from the NAIA to NCAA Division II in 1998 was because private schools in the states of Oregon and Washington began refusing to schedule us in football due to the strength and competitiveness of our program. Even if a move back to that level was possible, we would likely continue to have the same scheduling problems. Also, the NCAA would not allow a school to compete in Division III in one sport and Division II in all other sports.

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