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RE: If the B1G and SEC make moves I suggested, how does ACC respond
(03-22-2020 06:55 AM)schmolik Wrote:  
(03-21-2020 10:30 PM)spenser Wrote:  
(03-21-2020 10:15 PM)goofus Wrote:  How about this scenario

Big Ten takes UNC and Va.
SEC takes NCSU and VT
Big 12 takes FSU, Clem, GT and Lou

That leaves in the ACC...
Mia, Duke, Wake, Pitt, Cuse, BC, ND non-football

ACC then invites Cincy, UCF, USF, Hou, SMU, Memphis

That leaves the AAC with...
Tulsa, Tulane, ECU, Temple, Navy football only, WSU non-football

Navy announces it's going back to being independent in football.

Temple announces it is going independent in football and back to A10 for other sports.

WSU announces it is going back to the MVC.

AAC invites UAB, USM, MTSU, WKU, FIU, FAU, ODU

This seems the most likely posted. Also think Temple and Tulane would be considered for that ACC rebuild, they fit the private, city, academic profile.

Georgia State and Appalachian State would get AAC invites.

Temple's a public school. But they would bring Philadelphia to the ACC, something overlooked by many. They suffer by their name. Too bad the Big East/Big Ten didn't hold Rutgers' name against them.

Temple, surprisingly, was one of the 4 "class A" schools in the original AAC contract, along with Houston, Cincinnati and UConn.
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RE: If the B1G and SEC make moves I suggested, how does ACC respond
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RE: If the B1G and SEC make moves I suggested, how does ACC respond
(03-22-2020 09:44 AM)bullet Wrote:  
(03-22-2020 06:55 AM)schmolik Wrote:  
(03-21-2020 10:30 PM)spenser Wrote:  
(03-21-2020 10:15 PM)goofus Wrote:  How about this scenario

Big Ten takes UNC and Va.
SEC takes NCSU and VT
Big 12 takes FSU, Clem, GT and Lou

That leaves in the ACC...
Mia, Duke, Wake, Pitt, Cuse, BC, ND non-football

ACC then invites Cincy, UCF, USF, Hou, SMU, Memphis

That leaves the AAC with...
Tulsa, Tulane, ECU, Temple, Navy football only, WSU non-football

Navy announces it's going back to being independent in football.

Temple announces it is going independent in football and back to A10 for other sports.

WSU announces it is going back to the MVC.

AAC invites UAB, USM, MTSU, WKU, FIU, FAU, ODU

This seems the most likely posted. Also think Temple and Tulane would be considered for that ACC rebuild, they fit the private, city, academic profile.

Georgia State and Appalachian State would get AAC invites.

Temple's a public school. But they would bring Philadelphia to the ACC, something overlooked by many. They suffer by their name. Too bad the Big East/Big Ten didn't hold Rutgers' name against them.

Temple, surprisingly, was one of the 4 "class A" schools in the original AAC contract, along with Houston, Cincinnati and UConn.

Despite its name and private beginnings, Rutgers is the state university of New Jersey and a Land Grant school. Thus a flagship. I have a friend who's a Rutgers grad and played on the freshman basketball team there in the late 1960s. I was surprised to learn from him that Rutgers didn't admit female students until 1970.
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RE: If the B1G and SEC make moves I suggested, how does ACC respond
(03-22-2020 10:55 AM)colohank Wrote:  
(03-22-2020 09:44 AM)bullet Wrote:  
(03-22-2020 06:55 AM)schmolik Wrote:  
(03-21-2020 10:30 PM)spenser Wrote:  
(03-21-2020 10:15 PM)goofus Wrote:  How about this scenario

Big Ten takes UNC and Va.
SEC takes NCSU and VT
Big 12 takes FSU, Clem, GT and Lou

That leaves in the ACC...
Mia, Duke, Wake, Pitt, Cuse, BC, ND non-football

ACC then invites Cincy, UCF, USF, Hou, SMU, Memphis

That leaves the AAC with...
Tulsa, Tulane, ECU, Temple, Navy football only, WSU non-football

Navy announces it's going back to being independent in football.

Temple announces it is going independent in football and back to A10 for other sports.

WSU announces it is going back to the MVC.

AAC invites UAB, USM, MTSU, WKU, FIU, FAU, ODU

This seems the most likely posted. Also think Temple and Tulane would be considered for that ACC rebuild, they fit the private, city, academic profile.

Georgia State and Appalachian State would get AAC invites.

Temple's a public school. But they would bring Philadelphia to the ACC, something overlooked by many. They suffer by their name. Too bad the Big East/Big Ten didn't hold Rutgers' name against them.

Temple, surprisingly, was one of the 4 "class A" schools in the original AAC contract, along with Houston, Cincinnati and UConn.

Despite its name and private beginnings, Rutgers is the state university of New Jersey and a Land Grant school. Thus a flagship. I have a friend who's a Rutgers grad and played on the freshman basketball team there in the late 1960s. I was surprised to learn from him that Rutgers didn't admit female students until 1970.
The female students attended Douglass College.
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