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UH will never be in the B12 as long as UT is still there.

IMO they would just stay at 9, divide the money further, brag about money per team and how successful the B12 now is.... and continue to wait out their contract before everyone scrambles for the exit because they know what a house of smoke and mirrors they have
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(05-17-2017 12:55 PM)BadgerMJ Wrote:  
(05-17-2017 12:05 PM)billybobby777 Wrote:  Yeah, kicking Baylor may end the Big 12 or it could help save it. If the NCAA is looking at giving the Baylor the death penalty, wouldn't be wise for the Big 12 to cut ties with Baylor before that?

If the Big XII does the smart thing are replaces a Texas-based school with one NOT in Texas (like, say, BYU?) it could result in a much stronger Big XII.

That's certainly a possibility. The next question is would someone like BYU get enough votes to be admitted to the conference vs. OK, TX, & WVU seeing it as the ticket to greener pastures, potentially KU as well.

We know that if they were to become "available" they'd have multiple suitors

You do realize that it would take eight (8) members to get together to vote Baylor out, right? EIGHT. I'm assuming that Baylor isn't going to be one of those eight.

You are NEVER going to reach that threshold in the Big XII. NEVER. There simply is too much distrust and counter-agenda at work.

The NCAA is more likely to impose the "Death Penalty" before the B12 gets together and removes Baylor. And that ain't happening either. But you have more likelihood of the "Death Penalty" than the B12 kicking Baylor out.

Seriously...for all those wanting retribution on Baylor, your only real hope is to hope for the random asteroid striking Waco. Beyond that, you've got nothing.
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I think the Big 12 could very well trade Baylor for BYU, UC, or UH. The actions of Baylor are beyond deplorable.
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(05-17-2017 12:51 PM)nzmorange Wrote:  I don't think that the NCAA has enough political cover to give a death sentence if it wanted to, and that's sad.

Killing SMU (small private school) for rampant cheating, slapping PSU (massive public school) on the wrist for systematically looking the other way w/ regards to child ****, and then killing Baylor (small private school) for **** screams "corruption." That belief that the NCAA has been so mismanaged in the past that it can't punish a school for allowing ****s today is sad.

I agree, which is why Baylor need to do the right thing and give themselves a death sentence. Of course that won't happen. The whole situation is sad.

By the way, didn't Liberty just hire a new AD from the Baylor?
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(05-17-2017 11:28 AM)billybobby777 Wrote:  A former Baylor volleyball player alleges she was sexually assaulted by 8 Baylor football players. Allegations are that someone in the Baylor football program referred to it as a "bonding experience" for the players. How does Baylor make it in the Big 12 or even as a football program with all these awful things happening?

There's nothing "again" here. This is the original problem.
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(05-17-2017 12:17 PM)Hood-rich Wrote:  where is player finding all these hood rat players?

They were clearly taking chances on these 4 and 5 stars that higher profile schools wouldn't touch, the type of player who usually ends up at a JC.
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(05-17-2017 12:54 PM)10thMountain Wrote:  Beyond athletics, I don't know how any decent parent could even contemplate sending their daughter to Baylor anymore. And yet their enrollment is at record levels.

Just sad

I do have some Baylor friends who wouldn't let their son consider Baylor.
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(05-17-2017 01:38 PM)bullet Wrote:  
(05-17-2017 12:54 PM)10thMountain Wrote:  Beyond athletics, I don't know how any decent parent could even contemplate sending their daughter to Baylor anymore. And yet their enrollment is at record levels.

Just sad

I do have some Baylor friends who wouldn't let their son consider Baylor.

Excellent point

As much as I'd hope to have taught a son better, no way I'd want him in an toxic environment like that either
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(05-17-2017 01:09 PM)BearcatJerry Wrote:  
(05-17-2017 12:55 PM)BadgerMJ Wrote:  
(05-17-2017 12:05 PM)billybobby777 Wrote:  Yeah, kicking Baylor may end the Big 12 or it could help save it. If the NCAA is looking at giving the Baylor the death penalty, wouldn't be wise for the Big 12 to cut ties with Baylor before that?

If the Big XII does the smart thing are replaces a Texas-based school with one NOT in Texas (like, say, BYU?) it could result in a much stronger Big XII.

That's certainly a possibility. The next question is would someone like BYU get enough votes to be admitted to the conference vs. OK, TX, & WVU seeing it as the ticket to greener pastures, potentially KU as well.

We know that if they were to become "available" they'd have multiple suitors

You do realize that it would take eight (8) members to get together to vote Baylor out, right? EIGHT. I'm assuming that Baylor isn't going to be one of those eight.

You are NEVER going to reach that threshold in the Big XII. NEVER. There simply is too much distrust and counter-agenda at work.

The NCAA is more likely to impose the "Death Penalty" before the B12 gets together and removes Baylor. And that ain't happening either. But you have more likelihood of the "Death Penalty" than the B12 kicking Baylor out.

Seriously...for all those wanting retribution on Baylor, your only real hope is to hope for the random asteroid striking Waco. Beyond that, you've got nothing.

Sadly, this is the likely outcome.
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(05-17-2017 12:42 PM)Jjoey52 Wrote:  What else can happen there? If memory serves me correct this is the same school that a basketball player got murdered and other incidents. This school needs to drop down to D2 and get priorities in order.


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That was one of the most horrifying cases I've heard of.
Player was murdered and the coach realized that the murder investigation would reveal the deceased player had more money and assets than could be accounted for because they were giving improper benefits. So they hatched a plan to portray the player as a drug dealer thus explaining the mystery income, which of course would screw up the police investigation because they would assume someone up or down the drug sales chain was responsible.
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