Since the Big 12 TV contracts and GOR expire before the games are played, I wonder what conference TCU will be in when they both take the field.
Well, Jim, what do you speculate it would be? I suspect the XII will still be around. Even if Texas goes independent and Oklahoma and Ok State leave for the SEC… they can just reload with schools they could have taken already, viz. BYU, Houston, Cincinnati, Memphis, UCF, USF. So, TCU will be in a ‘different’ XII?
If Texas and the Oklahoma schools leave would the Playoff Committee even consider the BigXII a P5 Conference any longer?
Exactly my point. The Kansas schools and Iowa St don’t exactly move the sports needle, except for Kansas basketball. TCU would more likely be looking at joining the American than teams from the American would look to be joining the remnants of the Big 12.
Sad that a nice H&H game is scheduled and a pretty interesting discussion about Big12 relevance down the road but the usual SEC trolls like O-Da-Do-Da-Day and Billy Bob Joe are totally absent from any discussion.
Not real football fans. SEC fanboys.
This clearly shows how immature you truly are.
Arlitces like this are an example of quick, helpful answers.
I cannot tell a lie, that really hedelp.
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UNC has to be the worst team around when it comes to non-conference scheduling.
UNC’s got some pretty decent OOC’s. GSU is on the rise.
On the rise from what?
…From being non-existent. Do you know anything about their football program???
UNC, Pitt, Clemson, and GT are the only four ACC schools to play ten P5 opponents in both 2015 and 2016. I get that the Heels are playing TWO FCS schools in both seasons, but there are reasons that those things happened. Most schools play the one…getting stuck with the second is bad especially for two years in a row. But again, there are reasons for the late additions. All four of those schools play ten P5 opponents again in 2017. Probably four of the only schools in America who do this. I would never criticize Clemson or GT for the way they schedule in the OOC, yet inevitably some knucklehead also mentions the FCS game that each plays each year as it that makes them special or that it negates the ten LOSEABLE games that are on the schedule. It’s mind-numbingly obtuse. Social media will be the downfall of mankind…
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Yes, Charlotte is such as hot commodity UNC needs to schedule what is a “fill the schedule cream puff OOC” 10 years in advance.
In state school, part of the same UNC system, C-USA ….not that big a deal. Much better than an FCS school.
Bring on the Cheaters….GO NINERS!!!
They can’t beat ECU, so they may as well start scheduling Charlotte instead.