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RE: Realignment Revenue Options
(05-02-2021 03:00 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(05-02-2021 02:26 PM)XLance Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 02:40 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 02:09 PM)Hokie Mark Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 12:30 PM)cuseroc Wrote:  I would say bad for UNC and Duke since they pride themselves on "academics" and having a loud voice within their conference. The BIG would be a much better fit for both schools, although they would still not have as loud a voice. But at least they would continue to be in a conference with a bunch of schools with similar academic rankings. But doubt they would want to be in a league with a bunch of "Yankees."

If they are looking to continue dominating basketball, the SEC is the place to go.

Precisely why in this case the SEC has appeal. Florida, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt and Missouri plus Duke and North Carolina along with Georgia would be a comparable grouping. Even if Missouri headed back to a rebuilt Big 12 and Virginia took their place.

They'd have Kentucky and Florida to play annually and each other and would be bell cows for hoops only with SEC football level money funding them. And Tennessee is right next door for another nice hoops rivalry.

The Big 10 has plenty of academics and hoops and they might have more need of Virginia Tech and N.C. State which are both land grant schools I think.

It's an interesting prospect. And should ESPN gain full rights to the Big 12 surrounding them with solid to above average football makes all of them more money as well (Miami, F.S.U., Clemson, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Pittsburgh, plus possibly Missouri). It's a weird world moving forward. Who knows what is possible and what is not.

In the somewhat unlikely event that Carolina would join the SEC, I would imagine that the other team to join with the Heels (if 16 is the desired outcome) would be another team from Texas. The SEC needs another Texas team.
JR is almost correct on the alignment for the Heels. I could see a division of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, and Missouri. The second Texas team would join A&M, Arkansas, LSU, Ole Miss, MSU, Alabama and Auburn.
Of course Texas would be the home run for the second Texas team, although Baylor or TCU could be serviceable. Texas Tech is out of the question.

Well X, it does cement both schools as unquestionably the top athletic program in each state, an issue only in doubt because of growing revenue concerns. A&M is duly relegated as Texas now has equal media money in addition to all other advantages and North Carolina couldn't be touched by any other program in the state due to doubling their media revenue and having the sustained access to all solid recruiting areas, including Texas.

When the downturn in higher ed is in full swing in a decade that branding advantage will be massive. So whether you consider it unlikely or not it would prove most sustainable. UT & UNC would be quite the coup and should a Vanderbilt opt out it still leaves room for a prominent private or an Oklahoma.

Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee
Arkansas, Louisiana State, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M

However, the above would be the likely lineup with Vanderbilt replacing OU should they decided to stay.

If Carolina goes to the SEC, NC State will go to the Big 10. Money will be a wash and it is easier to compete on the field against MD, Rutgers, Indiana, and Purdue. I think it is an advantage to be the southernmost school in the B10 versus the northeastern most school in the SEC. But that's me
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6,357 for golf???
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(05-03-2021 08:28 AM)esayem Wrote:  6,357 for golf???

That’s an awful lot of people getting beamed in the head.
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(05-03-2021 08:45 AM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  
(05-03-2021 08:28 AM)esayem Wrote:  6,357 for golf???

That’s an awful lot of people getting beamed in the head.

The first time I attempted to give a golf lesson to a woman who was under 5' 4" but with really big boobs, she hit me in the chest with a shanked ball. I was standing 10' behind her because I did not trust her swing to start with given the way she had to stand over the ball. She cold topped the damn thing and it hit me. I've seen people's ears split wide open, noses split wide open, and lips split wide open by golf balls. I once watched a person break out a window on a parked car when they shanked their tee shot off the ball washer and it careened back toward the parking lot.

That's not including what the pro-shop and golf cart boys do when no one is around and they are hitting shots off the sidewalk, inside the pro shop, in the cart shed, etc, etc.

Finally there are the thrown clubs that because of the weight on the end of the club cause the club to spin and hit the thrower.

I have even seen a person hit with the head of their own driver when the club broke at the hozzle but stayed attached with the whipping - it unraveled about 5 feet and then snapped back and hit him in the wrist.
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RE: Realignment Revenue Options
(05-03-2021 08:27 AM)Statefan Wrote:  
(05-02-2021 03:00 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(05-02-2021 02:26 PM)XLance Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 02:40 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 02:09 PM)Hokie Mark Wrote:  If they are looking to continue dominating basketball, the SEC is the place to go.

Precisely why in this case the SEC has appeal. Florida, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt and Missouri plus Duke and North Carolina along with Georgia would be a comparable grouping. Even if Missouri headed back to a rebuilt Big 12 and Virginia took their place.

They'd have Kentucky and Florida to play annually and each other and would be bell cows for hoops only with SEC football level money funding them. And Tennessee is right next door for another nice hoops rivalry.

The Big 10 has plenty of academics and hoops and they might have more need of Virginia Tech and N.C. State which are both land grant schools I think.

It's an interesting prospect. And should ESPN gain full rights to the Big 12 surrounding them with solid to above average football makes all of them more money as well (Miami, F.S.U., Clemson, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Pittsburgh, plus possibly Missouri). It's a weird world moving forward. Who knows what is possible and what is not.

In the somewhat unlikely event that Carolina would join the SEC, I would imagine that the other team to join with the Heels (if 16 is the desired outcome) would be another team from Texas. The SEC needs another Texas team.
JR is almost correct on the alignment for the Heels. I could see a division of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, and Missouri. The second Texas team would join A&M, Arkansas, LSU, Ole Miss, MSU, Alabama and Auburn.
Of course Texas would be the home run for the second Texas team, although Baylor or TCU could be serviceable. Texas Tech is out of the question.

Well X, it does cement both schools as unquestionably the top athletic program in each state, an issue only in doubt because of growing revenue concerns. A&M is duly relegated as Texas now has equal media money in addition to all other advantages and North Carolina couldn't be touched by any other program in the state due to doubling their media revenue and having the sustained access to all solid recruiting areas, including Texas.

When the downturn in higher ed is in full swing in a decade that branding advantage will be massive. So whether you consider it unlikely or not it would prove most sustainable. UT & UNC would be quite the coup and should a Vanderbilt opt out it still leaves room for a prominent private or an Oklahoma.

Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee
Arkansas, Louisiana State, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M

However, the above would be the likely lineup with Vanderbilt replacing OU should they decided to stay.

If Carolina goes to the SEC, NC State will go to the Big 10. Money will be a wash and it is easier to compete on the field against MD, Rutgers, Indiana, and Purdue. I think it is an advantage to be the southernmost school in the B10 versus the northeastern most school in the SEC. But that's me

With out a doubt.
It would be easier and much less expensive to compete in the B1G than in the SEC.
Given Carolina and State's seating capacities, SEC traveling crowds would not significantly increase the gate at either school.
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RE: Realignment Revenue Options
(05-03-2021 08:57 AM)Statefan Wrote:  
(05-03-2021 08:45 AM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  
(05-03-2021 08:28 AM)esayem Wrote:  6,357 for golf???

That’s an awful lot of people getting beamed in the head.

The first time I attempted to give a golf lesson to a woman who was under 5' 4" but with really big boobs, she hit me in the chest with a shanked ball. I was standing 10' behind her because I did not trust her swing to start with given the way she had to stand over the ball. She cold topped the damn thing and it hit me. I've seen people's ears split wide open, noses split wide open, and lips split wide open by golf balls. I once watched a person break out a window on a parked car when they shanked their tee shot off the ball washer and it careened back toward the parking lot.

That's not including what the pro-shop and golf cart boys do when no one is around and they are hitting shots off the sidewalk, inside the pro shop, in the cart shed, etc, etc.

Finally there are the thrown clubs that because of the weight on the end of the club cause the club to spin and hit the thrower.

I have even seen a person hit with the head of their own driver when the club broke at the hozzle but stayed attached with the whipping - it unraveled about 5 feet and then snapped back and hit him in the wrist.

Your story reminded me of my friend who played at LSU in the early 90’s. She was/is gifted. Nicest set of…well I digress 04-bow. Anyway she grew up next door to Denny Crum.

Denny would ask her “how she could swing a club with those things hanging in from of her” …03-lmfao

Her Mom told me Denny would always ask to pair up with her when they played. Her Mom refused to allow it, calling him “an old dirty ba$tard”.

My friend was eventually First Team All SEC so those things didn’t cause any problems with her swing. 04-cheers
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I found that a tight bra helped this particular girl as well as getting her to swing them with her hips and not against her hip motion. It took me three lessons before I figured out the dynamics of how she was losing power with her swing, she had her boob heading one way and her hips toward the hole. Every prior girl was an athlete and moderate or flat chested. She could not get over the ball as close as I would have liked for her putting and that made her wrist something to work with.

She was gorgeous but I was too young myself to under that boobs could be too big. 04-cheers
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