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Topic: CAUTION!!!!!!! this is not over by any means!
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CAUTION!!!!!!! this is not over by any means!

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Posted: Aug 12, 2020 8:21 AM
 

You have to realize that the B10 knows what they did, why they did it is questionable but they know what they did. They also know that there will be NO Spring football. They also know that ACC, SEC, B12, etc, if they can pull the season off, will have a huge advantage in $$$ and recruiting. Also, there will be so many problems in the B10 with eligibilty, transfers, etc.

Also, understand that EVERYTHING is in some degree POLITICAL, especially in 2020. The B10 and to some degree the PAC12 will work behind the scenes in every way possible to undermine any football being played in the FALL by the Power 3. They could care less about any others but they can see this WILL, if it is pulled off correctly, be a huge advantage to those conferences moving forward in a whole lot of ways.

You will see and, I believe this will be orchestrated through the MSM, numerous negative reporting from here on out regarding COVID and athletes, COVID and college kids, etc. They really have little choice now. Watch and let's revisit in a month!


Not wrong but

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Posted: Aug 12, 2020 8:25 AM
 

Living in the moment, this is fun.

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They 100% fully expect the dominos to fall and wanted

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Posted: Aug 12, 2020 8:27 AM
 

to be the leaders

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When Roger Waters quit Pink Floyd, he admitted that he

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Posted: Aug 12, 2020 9:00 AM
 

thought that would end the group right then. He was shocked when David Gilmour just kept the group going. Pink Floyd did just as well without Watters as they did with him.

Up to that point Waters was the clear leader of Pink Floyd, so he assumed that his decision would apply to everybody.

I believe the Big 10 are in shock that all the other conferences didn't fall in line.

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Posted: Aug 12, 2020 9:21 AM
 

Possibly but to me it is the SEC in football so the B1G just overestimated themselves

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thought that would end the group right then. He was shocked when David Gilmour just kept the group going. Pink Floyd did just as well without Watters as they did with him.

Up to that point Waters was the clear leader of Pink Floyd, so he assumed that his decision would apply to everybody.

I believe the Big 10 are in shock that all the other conferences didn't fall in line.

IF THERE IS A FALL SEASON THE BIG 10 AND PAC 12 WILL BE RENDERED IRRELEVANT

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Posted: Aug 12, 2020 9:21 AM
 

WHAT BETTER WAY TO STRENGTHEN YOUR BRAND THAN TO PLAY.

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Posted: Aug 12, 2020 9:00 AM
 

I sure hope this is not the case. But your theory certainly seems plausible. I’ll watch too. Thanks for the insight

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Posted: Aug 12, 2020 10:49 AM
 

Thumbs up only because I agree with you, not because I like what you're saying... The Big 10 will 100% do everything in their power to push information through the media to make the remaining conferences cave to the pressure.

I haven't watched a minute of ESPN TV programming, but it has been interesting hearing people like Packer, Greg McElroy, and even Deion Sanders on barstool this morning criticizing them for cancelling now. The big question is, what changed between releasing the schedule last Wednesday, and having an emergency meeting about cancelling the season on Sunday/cancelling on Tuesday less than a week later.

Again, I know there are others out there supporting the decision, but there are a good number of people in the media and even former/current players like Trevor, Deion, etc that are questioning it... particularly cancelling it this early (still 5 or so weeks out).


The thing that makes the least sense to me is still allowing them to practice. The PAC12 stated one of the reasons for cancelling now is that practices were about to amp up with actual contact. But the BIG10 is still allowing their teams the normal 20 hours per week of practices, so that reasoning is invalid for them.

It's definitely going to be interesting to see what happens and what approach teams like Nebraska take. There has to be a loophole somehow (someone mentioned "force majeure" yesterday) to temporarily join another conference for a year, but I would assume the BIG10 would have the power to kick them out if they chose to.

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