(10-13-2011 11:10 PM)MWD1001 Wrote:
(10-13-2011 09:59 PM)Oh Really? Wrote:
(10-13-2011 03:44 PM)MWD1001 Wrote: ECU's name has to resurface because of Villanova's attempted block of Temple (funny/ironic how Genshaft has been silent on UCF) and/or if either Navy or Air Force bails. Makes sense that they'd be next in line. The Big East is hedging, but they know they got ECU anytime they want them. Keep your fingers crossed Pirates.
They're gonna get ECU anytime they want too when the time comes.
I'm glad you edited your rant. I saw it before you deleted it. I'm not sure what I said to set you off like that. I'm on your side dude. I think ECU should get in before any of the military academies or western schools. All I said was the BE knows it can have ECU when it wants. It's up to them, not me, so thank you for deleting that vicious attack I was about to respond to.
There was no vicious attack. Just a point made on how ECU should be
among the first picked, not the last and treated like a dogs with football history to back it up. And a warning against the kind of rhetoric employed here for years now against East Carolina. But you know what? I came to the conclusion that it isn't worth worrying about anymore. This league will be toast no matter who they choose. There ain't no WAY that UL and WVU are going to be hamstrung by the CYO and no way this league lasts for very long with schools who can't even fill the seats.
Folks here might think their poop doesn't stink, but from our perspective,
it hasn't been our lifelong dream to end up in a league with a bunch of
leftovers either. I've seen your posts all summer. You have not been in ECU's corner so don't try to BS me, kiddo. Your body of work doesn't support that claim.
The BE can choose whoever they want. Doesn't matter.
ESPN has ruined football in this country no matter what they do now.
Few will be winners very often in the current scenario.
Few are happy anymore or even look forward to football season and
that is pretty sad. It ruined the Big East Conference, ruined the ACC,
bloated the SEC and harmed CUSA too.
I spent all summer dreading the whole thing as a result of ESPN's