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Imagine an SEC schedule with Oklahoma and Oklahoma State
(08-13-2017 08:36 AM)Soobahk40050 Wrote:  
(08-13-2017 07:01 AM)Lenvillecards Wrote:  It would make more sense for the PAC to take 6 to form a new eastern division.

You force the B1G to expand by passing autonomy saying that only conferences with 16+ & multiple divisions can hold conference SF's. Having 3/4 of the power conferences, ESPN can do whatever they want. Including passing rules to weaken their competition.

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The PAC may be more willing to expand by 3, and pass autonomy as you said for 15 instead. Depending on who they take (Texas, Tech, Kansas, with OK/State to SEC, WVA to ACC), the Big 10 is still left with subobtimal choices.

Adding only 3 would disrupt their current divisional lineup & 15 causes some scheduling issues but 15 is doable.

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