In the last few months there has been several fair proposals on here that have a lot of promise. The problem is the bidder paid for chaos and is very happy with the status quo. It's about money and the money was with chaos and those who ae upset still tune in. In addition, both sides were determine to get as far from the NFL model as they could.
The NCAA would have to accept less money for your scenario.
Money bought out the no automatic bids scenario. I still like only counting the best 12 games idea. This gives those that play a 13th championship game a bonus to eliminate a mistake without teams that win it with multiple losses getting in. This year it would've put Oklahoma and OSU in and ND out which would force them in a conference.
I think it's a combination of things that's caused defensive problems. Losing our DB coach, LB coach not worth a shit, Day replacing Urban after the Tennessee crap. I think it took it's toll. If he even if he does stay I think things will get better.
Doesn't look good for Navy
Yea, now. I waited for a little while not wanting to start a topic.
Been waiting for this. BIG BOOM!
Hartline is now a coach. Where's the news on here?
It's about money, not fairness. Even with 8 team there would be no automatic bids because of money.
I'm sure they'll take a good look at it in the mid 2020s when the contract is up.
If by some SMALL chance the conferences combine, they should have and promote the last game as Rivalry week big time. Maryland-Rutgers, W. Virginia-PSU, Iowa-ISU, KU-KU St- Texas-Baylor, TTU-TCU, OSU-UM, NW-MSU, Indiana-Purdue, Wisconsin-Minnesota, IU-Nebraska, OK-OK ST.
Don't underestimate the fact of the commitment giving us the look of trending back up after a few de-commitments. This is huge.
I watched their LBs get embarrassed in space all game long.
I was thinking it was him but wasn't sure. Thanks
I'd be more on board with it if they call it what it is and not what it is supposed to be. Best QB on a popular big school that doesn't lose regardless of character.
More chances things turn out bad than good replaying the same team again. It only works out in the Oklahoma situation this year. There is a better chance of knocking both teams out. Wisconsin won't have a down year very often and Nebraska is trending up so I doubt this years situation happens again.
I wish Harrison would greed old Jimmy with a shirt on that says 62-39.
BOOM! Just what we needed. It negates the look that recruits and commits are trending away. I thought all along once the train started moving it would steam ahead. This could be that time. Much needed.
Glad to see someone else noticed that also. My wife and I think, since she is the only one trying to be noticed, that she is hoping some talent scout notices her.
Maybe coming here for advice should be considered /s.
With everyone and their brothers out on the recruiting trail attacking our situation, it's only natural things will be a little dicey until things settle down a bit.
You don't want to replace a legend, you want to replace to one who replaced the legend. I don't remember who said something it( or similar).
Not a fact that it's more money. You have to get someone to bid money for it and that didn't happen the last time around. ESPN paid high for chaos and the conferences refused to give up conference championship games (which generates boo-coo money for them they don't have to share). They received bids for more than four and the "biggest bang for the buck was the system they have now" You can either have fair or money but not both at this point. It's fun to speculate but as those in charge have stated, it is contracted tighty until mid 2020s and would be unreasonable for the buyout. Plus they are extremely happy that threads like this are popping up all over the country because those that want change still tune in.
I think Day had the offense and Schiano was running the defense totally and Urban had his special teams.
I don't think the fullback is the way to go. We use TEs roaming across the back of the line to get the same result. More flexibility. I also think QB runs should be determine by the QBs assets. If the QB is a better runner, than more runs, if not, less. Just an opinion but I think the main problem with the O-line is one of entitlement. Stupid penalties by them was one of the biggest problems so if they don't get it together, have the balls to sit them. How many times in the games when we were struggling did we see jumping the count, slow or bad centering the ball, hands to the face or holding most every time we were in scoring position?