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I don't get why everyone is worried about Mizzou's whining. Finebaum acts like it's the end of the world.Look folks, of course Mizzou wanted to grow up and be a Big 10 school. They are a fallback for the Big 10 and the SEC and since, for some reason, everyone in the SEC acts like we can't stay at 13, well, they're better for OUR purposes than West Virginia. Who gives a aMm what Missouri shills are saying.They're going to be a bitch for every decent SEC West school, which we all need. They come in with Kentucky's football tradition and something less than LSU's basketball resume. It will take them 20 years to "get it" but who cares about their future misery. They're being brought in to be a 14th, a patsy and a buffer zone to block in the Big 10. That's it. We really had no better option and from Arkansas' perspective, it now locks the Sooners permanently out of the SEC. Let Mizzou cry, Starkville, get used to it. You'll hear that same sobbing for the next 20 years, whispering in the winds blowing from the North as they take ass beating after ass beating.
Its like you asking a girl out on a date, and she says "yes, but I really wanted to go out with someone else". frick you bitch.
You must remit, to take a aMm!
They bring nothing. If the SEC is smart, we will take our time and add teams from contiguous states that offer something like TV markets, decent to good programs, and good academics.
I keep reading about these hypothetical schools that are going to join the SEC but I haven't actually heard any invites being sent out or serious consideration being given. What teams exactly should the SEC be inviting and why haven't they done so?
Looks like Mizzou is fricked. The SEC board didn't approve Mizzou, not enough votes. From Hog Database on facebookReport: Missouri doesn't have enough support to get into league. Majority of SEC wants them in, but falls shorts of 75% vote required (9 teams). Holdouts want to wait for an East team to open up.http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2011/10/majority_of_sec_presidents_fav.html
I got news for the teams 'waiting for an East school to open up'...it ain't happening. The time to get Florida St or Clemson has past or they woulda already secured 1 or both. If the SEC doesn't want WVa or Mizzou, who do they think they are gonna get? North Carolina isn't walking through that door.Are Louisville and South Florida are the other options?
Wouldn't just one team move from the West to the East?
I am not claiming I am right, I am saying I don't get it.
Looks like Mizzou is fucked. The SEC board didn't approve Mizzou, not enough votes. From Hog Database on facebookReport: Missouri doesn't have enough support to get into league. Majority of SEC wants them in, but falls shorts of 75% vote required (9 teams). Holdouts want to wait for an East team to open up.http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2011/10/majority_of_sec_presidents_fav.html
then the Big XII is looking at Louisville and West Virginia from the ACC, and BYU in order to get back to 12 teams.
Dancin' around like a bunch of Kansas City faggots.
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