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It also gives them an extra bye throughout the season to rest and heal up.
Auburn vs Wisconsin
Basically a home game for Stanford. A whopping 25 miles from their stadium...
I don't speak for everyone but I never assumed they were going to expand. I took the OP as "IF" they were to expand who would they add.
You're right though the power brokers do not want to expand because they currently bring in more money per school than any other conference. I do believe they will give the petition full press to allow the Big 12 to have a conference championship game with only 10 members.
Could see SMU start becoming a quality football team under Morris.
Anybody think GT will be able to hang with Miss St? That offense is obviously very hard to prepare for in less than a week during the regular season but Mullen & Miss St have 24 days...
True and +1. I'm surprised UCF does not have a stronger fan base considering they have the largest undergrad student population @ 50k+.
I think Miss St is going to crush GT. Week to week it is difficult for defenses to prepare for a whole new offensive scheme but Miss St has 24 days.
To me the best 2 would be UC and Boise.
Can't help but assume that was Delaney at work.
Houston and SMU wouldn't bring in any money at all though. The Big 12 already owns that footprint.
That call-in was hilarious! +1 for you sir
If you were the Big 12 and you HAD to add at least 2 schools (no Power 5) who would you pick?
NYE will be insane. I was there in '09 and they said other than Fat Tuesday it is the busiest/craziest night in NOLA.
Cotton - Mich St vs Baylor
Fiesta - Boise vs Arizona
Peach - Miss vs TCU
Orange - Miss St vs GT
Get em Herbie!
That chart between the 3 teams should solidify it. How is there any doubt who the last team in is?!?
They didn't jump us. Week 15 it was TCU @ 4 Baylor @ 5 and OSU @ 6. Baylor and OSU both jumped TCU.
I would go with those two as well. Looking down the rankings from last Tuesday I don't see any other teams that you could possibly put in front of either of them.