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RE: Every conference commissioner likely has a "who's next" list ...
(06-18-2022 05:14 AM)schmolik Wrote:  
(06-16-2022 06:20 PM)Schadenfreude Wrote:  Virginia probably makes more sense than North Carolina. A better school, contiguous, and a more natural rival for Maryland.

And if you go by that logic, Pittsburgh makes more sense as a natural rival than Virginia and North Carolina. But the Big Ten has the Washington DC covered with Maryland already so the North Carolina markets seem more valuable than the non DC Virginia markets (Richmond, Virginia Beach). My ideal Big Ten "Southeast" strategy would be both Virginia and North Carolina and I would take Duke if required.

The D.C. market is half covered. Virginians have little reason to tune in right now.

A better analogy might be to imagine that the Big 10 already has Pittsburgh and is debating whether to add Penn State. Maryland is Pittsburgh in that analogy.
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