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RE: Louisville
(01-07-2012 12:40 AM)x97 Wrote:  
(01-06-2012 07:39 PM)PirateMarv Wrote:  
(01-06-2012 05:45 PM)x97 Wrote:  
(01-06-2012 05:33 PM)PirateMarv Wrote:  
(01-06-2012 05:16 PM)x97 Wrote:  Mock if you will. I'm pointing out the fact that Swaim tweeted info early this morning about the Big 12 possibly gutting the Beast and the invites could come "soon". That tweet was re-tweeted by a bunch of WVU fans. Now this information is being spread as truth across WVU fan sites. There was nothing out there until Swaim's tweet and subsequent re-tweet by WVU fans.

Give me something from a reliable source in Oklahoma or Texas. They are the ones that make the decisions on B12 expansion....not WVU. Hell, there are not even guarantees that WVU will be in the B12 before 2014. Pretty useless information.

The thing is, I don't care one way or the other. It's that Swaim throws a bunch of sh_it against the wall to see if any of it sticks. He's had every Beast team in every conference but the AFC East to this point.

And just because Boren of the University of Oklahoma; Dodd of Univeristy of Texas; the B12 Commissioner; the AD at Louisville; a couple of U.S. Senators and most of the national sports media are dropping these so called hints that the B12's expansion is imminent

Please provide such links to these "so called hints" that Big 12 expansion to 16 is "imminent" from the likes of Dodds or Boren.

Commissioner,

I am in your corner. I for one don't believe any of that stuff alluded to by Boren, Dodd, or the Big 12 Commissioner; that is why I didn't want to bother with you with those lies. Just remember sir, that it was you that asked me for this information. Have mercy on the Big 12; sir. Have mercy.


Oklahoma president: Big 12 set for 2012

NORMAN, Okla. -- University of Oklahoma president David Boren said Monday the Big 12 Conference is settled with 10 teams through the 2012 football season, but didn't rule out the possibility that two more teams could be added in 2013.

"Definitely, I think we have the opportunity to back to 12, if we want to," Boren told The Associated Press.

Boren did not identify which other schools have expressed an interest in joining the conference.

With the departure of Missouri and Texas A&M to the Southeastern Conference and the addition of TCU and West Virginia to the Big 12, Boren said game schedules and media contracts are set for 2012 with ten teams.

Boren said he would like the league to ultimately explore the option of expanding to 12 teams.

"I don't think we have to be in any rush," he said. "It might be wise to take a little time to do that, because we want things to settle down."

A former Oklahoma governor and U.S. senator who became OU's president in 1994, two years before the Big 12 was created, Boren said he believes stability has returned to the conference, despite the departure of Nebraska and Colorado last year and Missouri and Texas A&M this year.

"Right now we're in a period of stability that ranks with any year of the history of the conference since it's been formed," Boren said. "We're financially well off. We have solid media contracts. We have a full schedule of teams to play. We have many other schools still knocking on the door if we do want to go back to 12. We're in a very good situation."





http://espn.go.com/college-sports/story/...e-set-2012



Marv, everyone knows that the Big 12 is eventually going to go to 12 and that Louisville is high on the list. Duh. They have been high on the list for a few months.

Where did it mention going to 16 and gutting the BE? I'll still wait while you weakly attempt to provide a link. That's what the WVU posters on this thread have been saying and that's what I called them out on. Clown.

Commissioner,

Where did I mention that the B12 was going to 16 teams? I know that you have been busy reading those billion television contract offers that are rolling in from ABC (03-no) , CBS (03-no), NBC (03-no), ESPN (? if so then it is probably the same contract that Pitt and Syracuse had you to turn down last year), the Canadian Broadcasting Company (03-nerner) and Local Access Cable (oh hell yeah 03-woohoo); and therefore you have not had to time to read all of posts in this thread; but I never said that the B12 was going to any specificied number of new members. I just said that the Big 12 was going to expand and that many sources in the know have said as much.

Once again I am a great admirer of your work and I hope that I can see more of it in future.
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RE: Louisville
(01-07-2012 12:55 AM)PirateMarv Wrote:  
(01-07-2012 12:40 AM)x97 Wrote:  
(01-06-2012 07:39 PM)PirateMarv Wrote:  
(01-06-2012 05:45 PM)x97 Wrote:  
(01-06-2012 05:33 PM)PirateMarv Wrote:  And just because Boren of the University of Oklahoma; Dodd of Univeristy of Texas; the B12 Commissioner; the AD at Louisville; a couple of U.S. Senators and most of the national sports media are dropping these so called hints that the B12's expansion is imminent

Please provide such links to these "so called hints" that Big 12 expansion to 16 is "imminent" from the likes of Dodds or Boren.

Commissioner,

I am in your corner. I for one don't believe any of that stuff alluded to by Boren, Dodd, or the Big 12 Commissioner; that is why I didn't want to bother with you with those lies. Just remember sir, that it was you that asked me for this information. Have mercy on the Big 12; sir. Have mercy.


Oklahoma president: Big 12 set for 2012

NORMAN, Okla. -- University of Oklahoma president David Boren said Monday the Big 12 Conference is settled with 10 teams through the 2012 football season, but didn't rule out the possibility that two more teams could be added in 2013.

"Definitely, I think we have the opportunity to back to 12, if we want to," Boren told The Associated Press.

Boren did not identify which other schools have expressed an interest in joining the conference.

With the departure of Missouri and Texas A&M to the Southeastern Conference and the addition of TCU and West Virginia to the Big 12, Boren said game schedules and media contracts are set for 2012 with ten teams.

Boren said he would like the league to ultimately explore the option of expanding to 12 teams.

"I don't think we have to be in any rush," he said. "It might be wise to take a little time to do that, because we want things to settle down."

A former Oklahoma governor and U.S. senator who became OU's president in 1994, two years before the Big 12 was created, Boren said he believes stability has returned to the conference, despite the departure of Nebraska and Colorado last year and Missouri and Texas A&M this year.

"Right now we're in a period of stability that ranks with any year of the history of the conference since it's been formed," Boren said. "We're financially well off. We have solid media contracts. We have a full schedule of teams to play. We have many other schools still knocking on the door if we do want to go back to 12. We're in a very good situation."





http://espn.go.com/college-sports/story/...e-set-2012



Marv, everyone knows that the Big 12 is eventually going to go to 12 and that Louisville is high on the list. Duh. They have been high on the list for a few months.

Where did it mention going to 16 and gutting the BE? I'll still wait while you weakly attempt to provide a link. That's what the WVU posters on this thread have been saying and that's what I called them out on. Clown.

Commissioner,

Where did I mention that the B12 was going to 16 teams? I know that you have been busy reading those billion television contract offers that are rolling in from ABC (03-no) , CBS (03-no), NBC (03-no), ESPN (? if so then it is probably the same contract that Pitt and Syracuse had you to turn down last year), the Canadian Broadcasting Company (03-nerner) and Local Access Cable (oh hell yeah 03-woohoo); and therefore you have not had to time to read all of posts in this thread; but I never said that the B12 was going to any specificied number of new members. I just said that the Big 12 was going to expand and that many sources in the know have said as much.

Once again I am a great admirer of your work and I hope that I can see more of it in future.

And where did I say they wouldn't go to 12? You're aren't the brightest crayon in the box, are you? You can't even follow this thread and know what I've been commenting about it.

Owned and dismissed.
01-07-2012 01:51 AM
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RE: Louisville
(01-07-2012 01:51 AM)x97 Wrote:  
(01-07-2012 12:55 AM)PirateMarv Wrote:  
(01-07-2012 12:40 AM)x97 Wrote:  
(01-06-2012 07:39 PM)PirateMarv Wrote:  
(01-06-2012 05:45 PM)x97 Wrote:  Please provide such links to these "so called hints" that Big 12 expansion to 16 is "imminent" from the likes of Dodds or Boren.

Commissioner,

I am in your corner. I for one don't believe any of that stuff alluded to by Boren, Dodd, or the Big 12 Commissioner; that is why I didn't want to bother with you with those lies. Just remember sir, that it was you that asked me for this information. Have mercy on the Big 12; sir. Have mercy.


Oklahoma president: Big 12 set for 2012

NORMAN, Okla. -- University of Oklahoma president David Boren said Monday the Big 12 Conference is settled with 10 teams through the 2012 football season, but didn't rule out the possibility that two more teams could be added in 2013.

"Definitely, I think we have the opportunity to back to 12, if we want to," Boren told The Associated Press.

Boren did not identify which other schools have expressed an interest in joining the conference.

With the departure of Missouri and Texas A&M to the Southeastern Conference and the addition of TCU and West Virginia to the Big 12, Boren said game schedules and media contracts are set for 2012 with ten teams.

Boren said he would like the league to ultimately explore the option of expanding to 12 teams.

"I don't think we have to be in any rush," he said. "It might be wise to take a little time to do that, because we want things to settle down."

A former Oklahoma governor and U.S. senator who became OU's president in 1994, two years before the Big 12 was created, Boren said he believes stability has returned to the conference, despite the departure of Nebraska and Colorado last year and Missouri and Texas A&M this year.

"Right now we're in a period of stability that ranks with any year of the history of the conference since it's been formed," Boren said. "We're financially well off. We have solid media contracts. We have a full schedule of teams to play. We have many other schools still knocking on the door if we do want to go back to 12. We're in a very good situation."





http://espn.go.com/college-sports/story/...e-set-2012



Marv, everyone knows that the Big 12 is eventually going to go to 12 and that Louisville is high on the list. Duh. They have been high on the list for a few months.

Where did it mention going to 16 and gutting the BE? I'll still wait while you weakly attempt to provide a link. That's what the WVU posters on this thread have been saying and that's what I called them out on. Clown.

Commissioner,

Where did I mention that the B12 was going to 16 teams? I know that you have been busy reading those billion television contract offers that are rolling in from ABC (03-no) , CBS (03-no), NBC (03-no), ESPN (? if so then it is probably the same contract that Pitt and Syracuse had you to turn down last year), the Canadian Broadcasting Company (03-nerner) and Local Access Cable (oh hell yeah 03-woohoo); and therefore you have not had to time to read all of posts in this thread; but I never said that the B12 was going to any specificied number of new members. I just said that the Big 12 was going to expand and that many sources in the know have said as much.

Once again I am a great admirer of your work and I hope that I can see more of it in future.

And where did I say they wouldn't go to 12? You're aren't the brightest crayon in the box, are you? You can't even follow this thread and know what I've been commenting about it.

Owned and dismissed.

Commissioner,

Where in this initial post did you mention any number of teams that the Big 12 would be expanding by?

http://ncaabbs.com/showthread.php?tid=54...pid7393209


And at what point did I (not the WVU posters) say that the Big 12 would be expanding to 16?

I know that you are busy, but maybe you should at least read what the responses are; before trying to be condescending and dismissive. That might ease some of the weight off of your mind.
01-07-2012 10:45 AM
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RE: Louisville
(01-07-2012 10:45 AM)PirateMarv Wrote:  
(01-07-2012 01:51 AM)x97 Wrote:  
(01-07-2012 12:55 AM)PirateMarv Wrote:  
(01-07-2012 12:40 AM)x97 Wrote:  
(01-06-2012 07:39 PM)PirateMarv Wrote:  Commissioner,

I am in your corner. I for one don't believe any of that stuff alluded to by Boren, Dodd, or the Big 12 Commissioner; that is why I didn't want to bother with you with those lies. Just remember sir, that it was you that asked me for this information. Have mercy on the Big 12; sir. Have mercy.


Oklahoma president: Big 12 set for 2012

NORMAN, Okla. -- University of Oklahoma president David Boren said Monday the Big 12 Conference is settled with 10 teams through the 2012 football season, but didn't rule out the possibility that two more teams could be added in 2013.

"Definitely, I think we have the opportunity to back to 12, if we want to," Boren told The Associated Press.

Boren did not identify which other schools have expressed an interest in joining the conference.

With the departure of Missouri and Texas A&M to the Southeastern Conference and the addition of TCU and West Virginia to the Big 12, Boren said game schedules and media contracts are set for 2012 with ten teams.

Boren said he would like the league to ultimately explore the option of expanding to 12 teams.

"I don't think we have to be in any rush," he said. "It might be wise to take a little time to do that, because we want things to settle down."

A former Oklahoma governor and U.S. senator who became OU's president in 1994, two years before the Big 12 was created, Boren said he believes stability has returned to the conference, despite the departure of Nebraska and Colorado last year and Missouri and Texas A&M this year.

"Right now we're in a period of stability that ranks with any year of the history of the conference since it's been formed," Boren said. "We're financially well off. We have solid media contracts. We have a full schedule of teams to play. We have many other schools still knocking on the door if we do want to go back to 12. We're in a very good situation."





http://espn.go.com/college-sports/story/...e-set-2012



Marv, everyone knows that the Big 12 is eventually going to go to 12 and that Louisville is high on the list. Duh. They have been high on the list for a few months.

Where did it mention going to 16 and gutting the BE? I'll still wait while you weakly attempt to provide a link. That's what the WVU posters on this thread have been saying and that's what I called them out on. Clown.

Commissioner,

Where did I mention that the B12 was going to 16 teams? I know that you have been busy reading those billion television contract offers that are rolling in from ABC (03-no) , CBS (03-no), NBC (03-no), ESPN (? if so then it is probably the same contract that Pitt and Syracuse had you to turn down last year), the Canadian Broadcasting Company (03-nerner) and Local Access Cable (oh hell yeah 03-woohoo); and therefore you have not had to time to read all of posts in this thread; but I never said that the B12 was going to any specificied number of new members. I just said that the Big 12 was going to expand and that many sources in the know have said as much.

Once again I am a great admirer of your work and I hope that I can see more of it in future.

And where did I say they wouldn't go to 12? You're aren't the brightest crayon in the box, are you? You can't even follow this thread and know what I've been commenting about it.

Owned and dismissed.

Commissioner,

Where in this initial post did you mention any number of teams that the Big 12 would be expanding by?

http://ncaabbs.com/showthread.php?tid=54...pid7393209


And at what point did I (not the WVU posters) say that the Big 12 would be expanding to 16?

I know that you are busy, but maybe you should at least read what the responses are; before trying to be condescending and dismissive. That might ease some of the weight off of your mind.


You responded to my post where I specifically mentioned Swaim's tweet in which he said 5 BE teams were going to invited shortly. Did you not take the time to research that, tool? You only embarrass and humiliate yourself publicly when you are completely clueless as to what's being said and referenced.

The OP of this thread readily admitted early on that Swaim was "on to something".

Here is a quote from this thread's OP early on in this thread:

"I think this may end up being more than just UL. Complete death blow to the conference."

"I think GSwaim is an idiot overall but he may be on to something this time."

"More BE schools. Very real chance they aren't stopping at 12. UofL for '13 is almost a given."


My first post on this thread was in direct response to Swaim's tweet and the info above that mentioned 5 BE teams are going to be invited in short order. It was actually the VERY SAME tweet that WVU fans were re-tweeting and in which WVU fan sites were going crazy about. The OP agreed and Swaim was "on to something this time".

Here are some other quotes from other WVU fans:

"Yep. Fans of the Alliance, you may be getting your blue turf buddies back."

"I've also heard that a couple of ACC teams may be in play in a move to 16. Looks like this board will have more to discuss. But I agree, it doesn't look good for the BE football league this offseason."




My participation in this thread was in direct response to the above. If you are going to call someone out it's best to know the context of the discussion, the point that's being referenced, and actually READ this thread. I think the fact that the BE didn't want anything to do with your little school as gotten you all butt-hurt and clouded you ability to think clearly. Sad, bro. LMAO.

Owned and dismissed in humiliating fashion for a FINAL time, clown.
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