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Big 12/SEC Challenge
Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-26-2019 09:04 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.
No conference would do this if it was a neutral site event. The excitement comes from home games against a good conference that normally doesn’t happen. And, all I’ve heard/read about the last 2 days in college basketball is this event, because it’s unique.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.
And, it was extended another 6 years.

The SEC teams for the next 2 years will reset after the season.
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SEC basketball continues to improve.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-26-2019 09:04 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.

Whatever it takes to make the SEC better???
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-26-2019 09:42 PM)leofrog Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:04 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.
No conference would do this if it was a neutral site event. The excitement comes from home games against a good conference that normally doesn’t happen. And, all I’ve heard/read about the last 2 days in college basketball is this event, because it’s unique.

ACC and Big Ten have a challenge earlier in the year. This year the leagues tied 7 games a piece. (Wake Forest was the lone ACC school not playing this year).

This series has been played since 1999. Here's a link to the overall history of the series.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACC%E2%80%..._Challenge
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(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And what did Missouri do?
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-26-2019 10:56 PM)ArQ Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And what did Missouri do?

They played L.S.U and lost.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-26-2019 10:46 PM)Pervis_Griffith Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:42 PM)leofrog Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:04 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.
No conference would do this if it was a neutral site event. The excitement comes from home games against a good conference that normally doesn’t happen. And, all I’ve heard/read about the last 2 days in college basketball is this event, because it’s unique.

ACC and Big Ten have a challenge earlier in the year. This year the leagues tied 7 games a piece. (Wake Forest was the lone ACC school not playing this year).

This series has been played since 1999. Here's a link to the overall history of the series.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACC%E2%80%..._Challenge
?? Huh? I think everyone knows that.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-26-2019 10:46 PM)Pervis_Griffith Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:42 PM)leofrog Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:04 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.
No conference would do this if it was a neutral site event. The excitement comes from home games against a good conference that normally doesn’t happen. And, all I’ve heard/read about the last 2 days in college basketball is this event, because it’s unique.

ACC and Big Ten have a challenge earlier in the year. This year the leagues tied 7 games a piece. (Wake Forest was the lone ACC school not playing this year).

This series has been played since 1999. Here's a link to the overall history of the series.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACC%E2%80%..._Challenge

If I'm not mistaken this was a Big 12/SEC challenge. I don't care what loserville does in the acc.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
SEC/Big 12 Challenge: Year-by-year
Season Result
2013-14 Big 12, 7-3
2014-15 Big 12, 6-4
2015-16 Big 12, 7-3
2016-17 Tie, 5-5
2017-18 SEC, 6-4
2018-19 Big 12, 6-4

Total Big 12, 35-25

I saw this on a Tech board. Pretty cool
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It's nice to play a non-conference game that fans care about.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-26-2019 11:06 PM)leofrog Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 10:46 PM)Pervis_Griffith Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:42 PM)leofrog Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:04 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.
No conference would do this if it was a neutral site event. The excitement comes from home games against a good conference that normally doesn’t happen. And, all I’ve heard/read about the last 2 days in college basketball is this event, because it’s unique.

ACC and Big Ten have a challenge earlier in the year. This year the leagues tied 7 games a piece. (Wake Forest was the lone ACC school not playing this year).

This series has been played since 1999. Here's a link to the overall history of the series.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACC%E2%80%..._Challenge
?? Huh? I think everyone knows that.

You said the Big 12 - SEC challenge was unique ...

I was showing you it wasn't unique. And in fact, came much later than the Big Ten - ACC challenge.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-27-2019 01:17 AM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 10:46 PM)Pervis_Griffith Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:42 PM)leofrog Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:04 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.
No conference would do this if it was a neutral site event. The excitement comes from home games against a good conference that normally doesn’t happen. And, all I’ve heard/read about the last 2 days in college basketball is this event, because it’s unique.

ACC and Big Ten have a challenge earlier in the year. This year the leagues tied 7 games a piece. (Wake Forest was the lone ACC school not playing this year).

This series has been played since 1999. Here's a link to the overall history of the series.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACC%E2%80%..._Challenge

If I'm not mistaken this was a Big 12/SEC challenge. I don't care what loserville does in the acc.

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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-27-2019 01:17 AM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 10:46 PM)Pervis_Griffith Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:42 PM)leofrog Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:04 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.
No conference would do this if it was a neutral site event. The excitement comes from home games against a good conference that normally doesn’t happen. And, all I’ve heard/read about the last 2 days in college basketball is this event, because it’s unique.

ACC and Big Ten have a challenge earlier in the year. This year the leagues tied 7 games a piece. (Wake Forest was the lone ACC school not playing this year).

This series has been played since 1999. Here's a link to the overall history of the series.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACC%E2%80%..._Challenge

If I'm not mistaken this was a Big 12/SEC challenge. I don't care what loserville does in the acc.

(01-27-2019 12:29 PM)Pervis_Griffith Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 11:06 PM)leofrog Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 10:46 PM)Pervis_Griffith Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:42 PM)leofrog Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:04 PM)JRsec Wrote:  And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.
No conference would do this if it was a neutral site event. The excitement comes from home games against a good conference that normally doesn’t happen. And, all I’ve heard/read about the last 2 days in college basketball is this event, because it’s unique.

ACC and Big Ten have a challenge earlier in the year. This year the leagues tied 7 games a piece. (Wake Forest was the lone ACC school not playing this year).

This series has been played since 1999. Here's a link to the overall history of the series.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACC%E2%80%..._Challenge
?? Huh? I think everyone knows that.

You said the Big 12 - SEC challenge was unique ...

I was showing you it wasn't unique. And in fact, came much later than the Big Ten - ACC challenge.
Reread what I wrote. The unique piece had to do with the timing, not the event. SMDH.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-26-2019 11:00 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 10:56 PM)ArQ Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And what did Missouri do?

They played L.S.U and lost.

Got screwed over by SEC officials is why they lost.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-27-2019 02:29 PM)MissouriStateBears Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 11:00 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 10:56 PM)ArQ Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And what did Missouri do?

They played L.S.U and lost.

Got screwed over by SEC officials is why they lost.

Please get in line behind me when it comes to SEC officials for basketball. Our football officials and those of the Big 10 are pretty solid. PAC and ACC football officials are horrid. The Big 12 is a mixed bag.

The SEC basketball officials are lousy. Auburn got stuck with the same crew on back to back weekends in losing at South Carolina and then at Miss State. Traveling wasn't called even when 3 to 4 steps were taken. Touch foul whistles under the basket on every shot, and brutal muggings on the open floor that were never called. Add to it a technical foul on one of our guys who slammed the ball down on a breakaway when he turned and glared at the defender who swiped him upside the head when he was scoring with no plus 1 foul called and I'd say we've had a belly full of it as well.

A few years ago most of the SEC officials were pretty solid in hoops, but they had all been calling games for 15 to 20 years. Way too many of them retired all at once and what we have now is pretty pathetic.

So no disagreements here, just a shake of my head. Personally I think the SEC should have 4 officials on the floor so these guys weren't calling fouls trailing a play 30 to 40 feet away. We can afford it and clearly the style of play outpaces 3 guys.
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-26-2019 09:42 PM)leofrog Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:04 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.
No conference would do this if it was a neutral site event. The excitement comes from home games against a good conference that normally doesn’t happen at this point in the season. And, all I’ve heard/read about the last 2 days in college basketball is this event, because it’s unique.

Perhaps this is the part you meant to add to your post but forgot?

Cheers,
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RE: Big 12/SEC Challenge
(01-27-2019 05:25 PM)OrangeDude Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:42 PM)leofrog Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 09:04 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(01-26-2019 08:20 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Big 12 wins it 6-4. Texas Tech beat Arkansas to snap a 3 game losing streak

Note: LSU, Auburn and Miss St didn't participate.

And the only home team to lose was Ole Miss. That's one thing that just keeps me from getting too riled up about basketball. Football has much less of a home field advantage than home court does in hoops. IMO this would be a better event as a tournament played at a neutral site to kick off basketball season, than as a one weekend affair after conference play has begun.
No conference would do this if it was a neutral site event. The excitement comes from home games against a good conference that normally doesn’t happen at this point in the season. And, all I’ve heard/read about the last 2 days in college basketball is this event, because it’s unique.

Perhaps this is the part you meant to add to your post but forgot?

Cheers,
Neil
Or maybe my highlighted part responding to the post. I mean, it’s January, so I wasn’t referring to challenges in the beginning of the season.

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