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(10-19-2017 03:40 PM)USAFMEDIC Wrote:  I think they will still go after Texas and OU. They might have to take a couple little brother schools and go to 16, but OU and Texas might help their TV negotiations. Just look at the UT-USC game this year.

You think OU and Texas 'MIGHT' help their TV negotiations.
10-19-2017 04:55 PM
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(10-19-2017 04:23 PM)shizzle787 Wrote:  This sounds like New Mexico and Nevada. State flagships and growing populations.

That's probably option 53.c. on their long list but my inner completist would love to see all those contiguous states in one conference.
10-19-2017 05:47 PM
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(10-19-2017 03:50 PM)MWC Tex Wrote:  
(10-19-2017 03:42 PM)TexanMark Wrote:  SDSU and BYU
Well with Texas still not budging with the LHN. It will be more like OU and OSU. The PAC should know there are more viewers of OU/OSU than just Oklahoma.

Perhaps Miko 33 is on a right track that the PAC may expand by 2. I don't think B1G, ACC and SEC want to go to 16 members.

I think you're right. Wasn't it OU and OSU that were going to go to the PAC a few years ago but without Texas the PAC said no thanks? So if it's two schools they don't really want but would still make a big splash, OU and OSU would be the likely pair.
10-19-2017 06:17 PM
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I can't comment on the 2 schools that will be selected; however, I can provide a quick story to pass the time.

Our story takes place in an airport, Because that is the setting of the storY. With the fracking for nat gas plus the oil shale extraction taking place, the U.s. will become (if it hasn't already) a net exporter of hydrocarBons. The extraction of fossil fuels may result in an increase in jet fuel that cOuld result in downward pressure on airlIne costs. However, this aSpect of the market will be dependent upon refining capacity. So...even with an Increase in the hydrocarbon supply, we will likely not see an uptick in refined fuel for some time. So, are 2 of these schools in the Est? Hard to say...
10-19-2017 09:30 PM
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(10-19-2017 09:30 PM)miko33 Wrote:  I can't comment on the 2 schools that will be selected; however, I can provide a quick story to pass the time.

Our story takes place in an airport, Because that is the setting of the storY. With the fracking for nat gas plus the oil shale extraction taking place, the U.s. will become (if it hasn't already) a net exporter of hydrocarBons. The extraction of fossil fuels may result in an increase in jet fuel that cOuld result in downward pressure on airlIne costs. However, this aSpect of the market will be dependent upon refining capacity. So...even with an Increase in the hydrocarbon supply, we will likely not see an uptick in refined fuel for some time. So, are 2 of these schools in the Est? Hard to say...

So it's Houston.

Maybe Tulane rather than SMU to satisfy the AAU credentials.
10-19-2017 09:56 PM
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The 2 sch00ls are San Dieg0 State and B0lse State. Th0se tw0 are financially s0und, but d0n't flt culturally.
10-19-2017 10:05 PM
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(10-19-2017 09:30 PM)miko33 Wrote:  I can't comment on the 2 schools that will be selected; however, I can provide a quick story to pass the time.

Our story takes place in an airport, Because that is the setting of the storY. With the fracking for nat gas plus the oil shale extraction taking place, the U.s. will become (if it hasn't already) a net exporter of hydrocarBons. The extraction of fossil fuels may result in an increase in jet fuel that cOuld result in downward pressure on airlIne costs. However, this aSpect of the market will be dependent upon refining capacity. So...even with an Increase in the hydrocarbon supply, we will likely not see an uptick in refined fuel for some time. So, are 2 of these schools in the Est? Hard to say...

trYing to dEcipher yoUr caPslock cOde to mean soMething.
10-19-2017 10:13 PM
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(10-19-2017 09:30 PM)miko33 Wrote:  I can't comment on the 2 schools that will be selected; however, I can provide a quick story to pass the time.

Our story takes place in an airport, Because that is the setting of the storY. With the fracking for nat gas plus the oil shale extraction taking place, the U.s. will become (if it hasn't already) a net exporter of hydrocarBons. The extraction of fossil fuels may result in an increase in jet fuel that cOuld result in downward pressure on airlIne costs. However, this aSpect of the market will be dependent upon refining capacity. So...even with an Increase in the hydrocarbon supply, we will likely not see an uptick in refined fuel for some time. So, are 2 of these schools in the Est? Hard to say...

So Boise and BYU.
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What is miko's claim to fame?
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Miko is off his meds again, hearing voices..
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