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How the Big Ten dies
"HaHA!!! Madest thou look...."



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02-10-2014 06:32 PM
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RE: How the Big Ten dies
Best commercial on TV right now.
02-10-2014 06:35 PM
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(02-10-2014 06:32 PM)SeaBlue Wrote:  "HaHA!!! Madest thou look...."




I honestly thought that you were going to say "boredom," but I guess that is more applicable to the poor souls who watch B1G sports.
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I must say that I thought I was going to get RickRolled.

In actuality, the only way the B1G goes to it's grave is if it decides to ditch ESPN and go with Fox. Prompting the World Wide Monopolizer to prod the ACC and SEC into a raid.

The ditching of ESPN is possible, the raiding, sadly, is not.
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The Big Ten is not ditching ESPN. The biggest fallacy that folks attempt to sell on this forum is that The Big Ten is even remotely interested in the idea of ditching ESPN. They might threaten to try and work out a deal similar to what the PAC has with ESPN but they will NEVER fully leave ESPN. The Big Ten is not run by idiots.
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RE: How the Big Ten dies
The Big 10 dies if the biggest programs decide to do a "conference" with 6 games or so and rake in the biggest $. Texas, Oklahoma, Ohio St., Michigan, Florida, Alabama and a few others.
02-10-2014 07:19 PM
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[Image: mininuke2-5.gif]

Awww, I was hoping the answer was tactical nuclear weapons strikes? :)
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I thought this whole time that Big 10 was a Zombie Conference. Not dead, but not really alive either.
02-10-2014 09:23 PM
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RE: How the Big Ten dies
The Big 10 doesn't die. Any more than the Ivy League ever died.

How relevant they remain in college football, that could be a concern over a couple decades.
02-11-2014 10:48 AM
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