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The thing I like least about the AAC expansion
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RE: The thing I like least about the AAC expansion
Good Grief:

We need a good old fashioned airport meeting for a best of the rest conference. Retreat to the High Ground! Whatever the 12 don't take of: Memphis, SMU, Tulane, ECU, USF, Navy, Temple, Tulsa, Colorado St, Air Force, SDSU, Boise, maybe Wyoming and/or New Mexico, UNLV or Fresno. Anything might be better than this.

The only arguments for staying in the AAC orbit around three ideas: 1) We go to the 12 in a few years; 2) We can perhaps dominate the new AAC and have a leg up on any access spot; and/or, 3) We're too poor or to lazy and/or have no one with the vision and clout that can get it done.
05-15-2022 11:48 AM
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RE: The thing I like least about the AAC expansion
. . . is that it didn't occur as a result of us moving on.
05-15-2022 12:53 PM
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