Association of Mid-Continent Universities football

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The Association of Mid-Continent Universities football was a part of the college athletic conference which operated in the midwestern United States.wikipedia
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Missouri Valley Football Conference

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After the women's side of the Gateway merged into the Missouri Valley Conference in 1992, the football side remained in operation as the Gateway Football Conference, which became the Missouri Valley Football Conference in 2008.

Youngstown State Penguins football

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The team joined the Mid-Continent Conference in 1978 and recorded a 9 win regular season under Narduzzi and claimed the Mid-Continent Conference Championship.

Summit League

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In 1982 the Association of Mid-Continent Universities started sponsoring football.

NCAA Division II

Division IIIICollege Division
It participated in NCAA Division II until moving to NCAA Division I-AA (now known as Division I FCS) in 1981.

NCAA Division I

Division IFCSDivision I-AA
It participated in NCAA Division II until moving to NCAA Division I-AA (now known as Division I FCS) in 1981.

University of Akron

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The founding members of the Mid-Continent Athletic Association football were Akron, Eastern Illinois, Northern Iowa, Northern Michigan, Western Illinois, and Youngstown State.

Eastern Illinois University

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The founding members of the Mid-Continent Athletic Association football were Akron, Eastern Illinois, Northern Iowa, Northern Michigan, Western Illinois, and Youngstown State.

University of Northern Iowa

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The founding members of the Mid-Continent Athletic Association football were Akron, Eastern Illinois, Northern Iowa, Northern Michigan, Western Illinois, and Youngstown State.

Northern Michigan University

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The founding members of the Mid-Continent Athletic Association football were Akron, Eastern Illinois, Northern Iowa, Northern Michigan, Western Illinois, and Youngstown State.

Western Illinois University

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The founding members of the Mid-Continent Athletic Association football were Akron, Eastern Illinois, Northern Iowa, Northern Michigan, Western Illinois, and Youngstown State.

Youngstown State University

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The founding members of the Mid-Continent Athletic Association football were Akron, Eastern Illinois, Northern Iowa, Northern Michigan, Western Illinois, and Youngstown State.

Missouri State University

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After the 1980 season Northern Michigan left, then starting with the 1981 season Southwest Missouri State (now known as Missouri State) joined the conference.

NCAA Division II Football Championship

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NCAA Division II National Football Championship

Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference

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The final four members of the conference went on to join the Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference, a women's sports conference that took on football as its only men's sport.

Missouri Valley Conference

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After the women's side of the Gateway merged into the Missouri Valley Conference in 1992, the football side remained in operation as the Gateway Football Conference, which became the Missouri Valley Football Conference in 2008.

Ohio Valley Conference

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Of the last four members, three (Missouri State, Northern Iowa, Western Illinois) are still in the MVFC; Eastern Illinois is now in the Ohio Valley Conference.