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  • Originally posted by Kepler View Post
    IINM the AZ regents have said UA and ASU are linked at the hip forever. One cannot move without the other.
    This is not true according to what i just read. Though the regents would like them to work and move together, their respective presidents are allowed to pursue opportunities individually.
    Russell Jaslow
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    • Originally posted by Russell Jaslow View Post

      This is not true according to what i just read. Though the regents would like them to work and move together, their respective presidents are allowed to pursue opportunities individually.
      OK, thank you. I should have confirmed before posting.
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      • Originally posted by SonofSouthie View Post
        Ok, no merger(was just axin')
        If that's a Stanford-Cal joke, very good.
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        • Originally posted by MichVandal View Post
          Wow, did the p12 crumble fast. Going with Arizona is both ASU and Utah, officially.

          Cal and Stanford need to move quick, as the MW can’t be for them, especially for an athletic powerhouse like Stanford. The MW can’t offer all the sports they do. Let alone the actual schools in the MW. While I’m very biased against BSU, it’s really for reasons more than just hate. It’s not even remotely close to the Bay schools.
          I can't imagine Stanford getting the shaft, they are far too slippery and cynical for that to happen. If they were caught with their pants down, which is really hard to imagine, they can just buy their way in to I assume the Big Ten. The have all the money on earth.

          Cal I would worry about, unless they join UCLA in the Big Ten. There has always been love/hate among the Cal illuminati about football.

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          • And now apparently Florida State, Miami, North Carolina and Clemson want out of the ACC.

            We're going to wind up with the Power 3, aren't we?

            How about Florida State, Miami, North Carolina, Duke, Clemson, Notre Dame, Cal, and Stanford bolt to form a new conference entirely? That would be a lot of fun. Or hell, even better have that be the new Pac-10 with OSU and WSU, and keep the Rose Bowl host bid. F-ck you, USC.

            Last edited by Kepler; 08-05-2023, 04:28 PM.
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            • My absolute ideal state was just the Big Ten and PAC Ten being two divisions with no need to play outside. Two winners play in the rose bowl and the gophers make it once in my life.
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              When the giraffes start building radio telescopes they can join too.
              He's probably going to be a superstar but that man has more baggage than North West

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              • Pac-4: Conference of Champions
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                • Originally posted by French Rage View Post

                  Yeah when you look at the stadiums and aquatic center Stanford has, plopping it into a non-major conference would be too far out of place. That said, I'm also not crazy about teams having to fly to the midwest all the damn time for conference games.
                  Although, most of the games would still be on the west coast.

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                  • Originally posted by Kepler View Post

                    I can't imagine Stanford getting the shaft, they are far too slippery and cynical for that to happen. If they were caught with their pants down, which is really hard to imagine, they can just buy their way in to I assume the Big Ten. The have all the money on earth.

                    Cal I would worry about, unless they join UCLA in the Big Ten. There has always been love/hate among the Cal illuminati about football.
                    Stanford would go the Chicago route (Condi Rice be dammed).
                    a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.

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                    • Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post

                      Stanford would go the Chicago route (Condi Rice be dammed).
                      Not a chance.

                      Have you seen how Stanford puts that dumb fake trophy they win for dominating NC$$ sports on blast?

                      They're a factory. They are thirsty to be Hot Rich Jock. They're more likely to wind up Duke with a tan.
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                      • So dumb conspiracy for Stanford and Cal- both are Bay Area schools, both have alumni at Apple, thus Apple TV. Since that was the tv deal for the p12, what are the chances that’s also the reason neither are currently in the B1G?

                        I had alway thought they were a great fit for the B1G, so it seems there is an odd reason neither have moved.

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                        • The only Stanford conspiracy theory I'd entertain would involve HP. That is a really weird relationship.
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                          • Yeah any Cal/Stanford/Apple numbers are coincidental and inconsequential. IIRC the payoff from that deal is waaay behind what the other conferences are going to be getting, and their not going to settle for being that far behind on their own. (Granted, events may result in them being that far behind, but it's not their Stanford/Cal's preference.)

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                            • Stanford/Cal in preliminary talks with the ACC. If the Grant of Rights is really that restrictive, it would at least give them a stable home for another decade.

                              Would rather see them in the Big Ten. Stanford at the least.
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                              • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post
                                Stanford/Cal in preliminary talks with the ACC. If the Grant of Rights is really that restrictive, it would at least give them a stable home for another decade.

                                Would rather see them in the Big Ten. Stanford at the least.
                                Bah, that probably sticks ND there.
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