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I am not claiming I am right, I am saying I don't get it.
This will end one of two ways. Either Mizzou will move East, and everything else will stay as it is (why switch us from SoCar to nearby Mizzou? That would be great for us. When has something like that ever gone our way?)orMizzou will join the west and both Bama schools will go east in exchange for Vandy, flipping the current balance of power from the west to the east.The second scenario seems unlikely or it would already have been done. Because Bama is nixing the idea of Auburn going east (assuming the report is true) that seems to imply they already said no to both of them going east.I think this will end up with Mizzou joining the east, which makes no sense other than their touching two "east" states, Ketucky and Tennessee. Their permanent opponent will probably be Texas A&M since they came into the league together and have some semblance of a history with one another.
TCU announced they're joining the Big 12--no shock there. U. of Memphis AD states that they deserve to be in the SEC. http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/10/10/memphis-ad-we-deserve-to-be-in-the-sec/
Wonder what he's been smoking? He's either smoked up, or outright delusional.
frick Missouri. Cut 'em loose and go get Clemson, FSU, GTech, frick....even Oklahomo. But frick Missouri. They bring nothing to the table.
Saw this mentioned on TD. Here's the source (The Washington Examiner):http://twitter.com/#!/WordmandcPer their sports writer, UCF is joining the Big East, along with Navy, Air Force, and Temple. He speculates in another tweet that SMU and Houston will be joining and that Boise hopes to join.
Somebody on tigerdroppings quoted David Ubben, a Big 12 beat writer, as saying we are looking to start a series with OU.
there's been a couple of Big 12 type sites that's floated that out there. I hope to Starkville not.
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