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they don't even know when next week's game against tennessee will take place and you expect the 2012 schedule.
I am not claiming I am right, I am saying I don't get it.
Only conference games confirmed are Ole Miss and Kentucky (last two weeks of October).Tulsa has also been set for the first Sat. of November.I would also bet on TAMU being the last sat of Sept (5th Saturday of the month), with Bama the week before.My money is on Tennessee being a september game next year too.
I wish we'd move Bama to October or November.
I wish we'd move Bama to October or November the SEC East.
http://espn.go.com/blog/sec/post?id=35615Georgia gets the easy path avoiding LSU, Bama, and us. It's not in there, but some are hinting at the fact we may be playing Bama and LSU on the road again.
I think it's a distinct possibility that we will have to play one of them at their place again, but seriously doubt we have to play both on the road.
I guess its possible they send us to Baton Rouge 3 years in a row.
This is a very good possibility.If Colonel Dale 2012 was still coaching on the Hill, it would be a probability. We're good enough now that they'll temper how hard they fuck us over.At least.
Texas A&M's AD claims that they want to keep playing Arkansas in Dallas, but their schedule has us going to Kyle Field next year:http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/12/26/am-arkansas-series-at-cowboys-stadium-falling-short-financially/Scheduled to play each other at Cowboys Stadium each of the next seven years, the Arkansas-Texas A&M series could find itself doomed thanks to the failure to meet financial projections, the Bryan-College Station Eagle reported over the weekend.The 10-year series, which was first played in 2009 and dubbed “The Southwest Classic”, was expected to make in the neighborhood of $5 million for each school per year. According to the paper, and by way of an open records request, A&M was paid $4.2 million for the first game, a figure that dropped to $2.9 million for the 2010 game. The numbers for the 2011 game were not yet available, and the Razorbacks’ take for the first two games was not listed.As a result, the Eagle writes, “its continued existence as a neutral-site game may be in jeopardy.”A&M will be moving from the Texas League to the SEC in 2012, with 247Sports.com writing that “A&M’s 2012 schedule will include a game against Arkansas at Kyle Field”, not at Cowboys Stadium per the contract signed in April of 2008.A&M athletic director Bill Byrne told the Eagle that the future of the series is still up in the air, and that the two school will need to continue discussions on which direction they should head.“We wanted to play Arkansas in the Metroplex,” Byrne said. “We felt once we lost our contacts with TCU and SMU, we needed a presence in the Metroplex. We still think we do.“Having said that, we need to talk to Arkansas and see whether they want to continue having a conference game in the Metroplex.”The SEC is expected to release its 2012 schedule as early as today, so there should be some short-term clarity for the series in the not-too-distant future.
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