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For a sport that prides itself on tradition, college football has sold its soul for the almighty dollar.   I say by 2030 UCLA and Southern Cal are in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

So A&M is playing the "It was ok when we did it, but you aren't allowed?" card.   Cry me a river!

My original thought of UVA to B1G isn't possible...no ACC team can leave for the B1G. There's a very long GOR and I believe the only way an ACC team can move is if it's to the SEC, another all ESPN pr

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If the conference stayed divided East/West Bama, Auburn probably go east.

It would make more sense to divide the conference North/South. 

 

North- Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Georgia, South Carolina 


South- Texas, A&M, LSU, Bama, Ole Miss, Miss St., Auburn, Florida

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I'm most interested in this because of the dominos that would fall with other conferences if this happens. It's been said and thought for years that we were headed towards four 16-20 team "super conferences."  

Kansas and Virginia to the Big 10?

UC and Notre Dame to the ACC?

Which of the B12 leftovers does the Pac12 try to take?

Do we see a B12/AAC merger of the remaining schools that didn't get picked up by the P12, SEC, ACC , and B1G?

 

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1 hour ago, Walter said:

I'm most interested in this because of the dominos that would fall with other conferences if this happens. It's been said and thought for years that we were headed towards four 16-20 team "super conferences."  

Kansas and Virginia to the Big 10?

UC and Notre Dame to the ACC?

Which of the B12 leftovers does the Pac12 try to take?

Do we see a B12/AAC merger of the remaining schools that didn't get picked up by the P12, SEC, ACC , and B1G?

 

I think Kentucky, Vandy, UT, South Carolina, would block the vote and I could see Arkansas also blocking.

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10 minutes ago, John Anthony said:

Word is A&M and Mizzu have already vowed to vote no.  Kentucky and Vandy would seal it.  Or UT and South Carolina.

From Geoff Ketchum of Orangebloods:

2 elements of this Texas/OU to the SEC: 

1. Texas/OU are expected to inform the Big 12 in the next week or so that the two schools do not in tend to renew rights agreements.

2. Texas is prepared to say goodbye to the Longhorn Network

If the SEC ultimately votes no, see below:

 

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30 minutes ago, John Anthony said:

Word is A&M and Mizzu have already vowed to vote no.  Kentucky and Vandy would seal it.  Or UT and South Carolina.

From Thamel:

While Texas A&M is aggressively against the move, it may be the only team in the league that feels strongly that way. Admittance requires 11 of 14 votes, which appears imminently attainable.

 

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