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I would like to see the Univ. of South Carolina add Texas to their schedule. Maybe play Baylor as well. I also have a question. Who thinks Baylor should drop out of Div. IA football into a IIA team? I do not think they can continue to compete in the Big 12.

GO GAMECOCKS!!!.....beat Tennessee!
09-24-2003 09:00 AM
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I wouldn't mind playing the Gamecocks in football as my cousin is a USC grad..I also heard that Columbia is a rocking place to watch a football game.

To answer your question about Baylor...they've had a messed up situation since they've joined the Big XII from their school administration on down. They're finally cleaning up the situation but the fact remains it will always be tough for them to compete in our league. Problem is that there are no viable alternatives to replacing them. You have to keep a private school in the league in order to keep immune from some states' Open Records laws.
11-06-2003 11:45 PM
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