Big 12 already has realized that splitting the pot with 10 is better than 12 or 14 or 16 UNLESS 11, 12, 13, 14 etc incrementally add value. Competitively - more than 10 is good IF we can go back to 8 conf games - but that seems unlikely so if we are only adding teams that "add value", then the big 12 only gets tougher right? Its pretty tough already - therefore I support a 12 team conference with divisions and championship - best case we make a field goal or two and sneak into the championship once or twice a decade. It almost happened, to happen again we need divisions.
That's 2 days to talk about it with no info on there.
Way to go, Clemson! Way to go! That really will stimulate the message board economy. More people could learn about simple publicity from this, if that's what they're looking for.
Interesting that Clemson seems to have a new football website that hasn't been unveiled yet.
Coming Soon - the new ClemsonTigers.com
CW is still gone, right? Perfect time for a Clemson to Big 12 announcement
Clemson also canceled several home and away series today.
Clemson athletic director Terry Don Phillips confirmed that CU and Ole Miss had mutually agreed to terminate their nonconference home-and-home series, set for 2015-16. In addition, Phillips said that Clemson’s home-and-home with Oklahoma State, tentatively set for 2019-20, was also being cancelled.
It is a direct result of the schedule pressures applied by the ACC’s new football schedule, expected to go into place for 2013
I think we need to get some plane tracking. What planes have been going in and out of Clemsons airport??? :yes:
Is clemson that good at football or basketball? I honestly don't know just curious.
Clemson fans think it's an announcement for their university's fundraising goals.