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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by * J Y *, Jun 29, 2015.
We're doing our best to not have Gym Jordan scandals at our school as we enter the B1G
it’s peak toxic masculinity so we dropped it im literally shaking
Couldn’t get any find upstanding coaches like Jim Jordan down here
We’re the best around.
No one is going to take us down.
Uh…Steep learning curve ahead
we don’t have wrestling. awaiting our sec invite
Just so the Big Ten knows, we’ll gladly embroil ourselves in scandal….again….if that helps get us in
Were trying to bring it back.
Come up with some hard, irrefutable evidence that adds to the Michigan cheating scandal and you can have whatever you want from your friends at the B1G.
Stanford and SMU are going to have a vicious rivalry that will brings tens of people to their respective stadiums.
Wait so the number of protected rivalries varies per school?
I get it in the sense that some have a more natural pairing than others, but it’s weird for NC State to play a less diverse schedule than Syracuse.
I think scheduling in a 17 team conference is dicey.
It's the same thing the Big Ten is doing with their future schedules. Some have up to three (UNC/NC State/Duke for the ACC, Iowa for the Big Ten), while GT and Louisville don't have any, just as Penn State doesn't in the Big Ten.
somehow fsu ends up playing the only other two teams in the conference that recruit well
cal vs smu is not something i want to see protected in any way
It is actually quite simple with a little imagination, but it works better when you go to a 9 game conference schedule. That means over 5 seasons, each team plays 45 games. With 16 opponents you can assign some as Tier 1 opponents which play annually, some as Tier 2 opponents which play 4 out of 5 years, and others as Tier 3 which play 2 out of 5 years. That way you preserve some longer played series to at least 2 home and homes every 5 seasons while also ensuring at least a home and home for everyone every 5 seasons. Not sure which would work better in the new ACC, but you could do a 3-2-11 format or a 1-5-10 format, where the first number is the number of Tier 1 opponents, the second is the number of Tier 2 opponents, and the last the number of Tier 3 opponents. Over 5 seasons, the 3-2-11 works out to 15 games (3*5) against Tier 1 opponents, 8 games (2*4) against Tier 2 opponents, and 22 games (11*2) against Tier 3 opponents (15+8+22=45), whereas the 1-5-10 works out to 5 games (1*5) against Tier 1 opponents, 20 games (5*4) against Tier 2 opponents, and 20 games (10*2) (5+20+20=45). If they insist on 8 games, the math works out for a 2-1-13 format.
They need to play for a golden Sonny Dykes statue or something.
All I know is one of this new shitty conferences better step up for meaningful late Saturday night games and it sure as shit better not be the big ten.
UCLA-USC-Oregon-Washington seems more likely to be a home for good games than Cal-Stanford.
Utah-Arizona-Arizona-St-Colorado, plus we’re adding Gonzaga and maybe Pepperdine if Lester Holt chimes in.
And TCU people only sleep during the day so that’s kinda pacific time.
FSU on the road in Dallas 9 pm local Kick
Today is the last day of October
Or should I say, Ticktocktober
clemson fans right now
Look, KA-RL, we ain't never failed at anything in our progrum. Ever.
This is classic misinformation phase. We know some things, and they are great things, November is looking like a big month. Trust the process and that the admin feels really good about where we are at and where we will end up. Stay Tuned.
The only official announcement about Clemson’s future schedule in October:
Been waiting for this
It’s a shame FSU was waiting for Clemson to pull their trump card on getting out the ACC before joining along.
ACC played the reverse Uno card on them by adding SMU. Right before it would have been their turn.
So you missed the entire discussion on why this has been postponed? Or you just wanted to troll. Either way....bad look. Do better.
as explained to you by multiple people at the time, the reason you offered was nonsensical
No conference wants FSU at this point for fear of making the other conference members look like underperforming inept programs. Understandable TBH.
feel bad for you guys, I’m sure the SEC and Big Ten have watched UNC and Clemson the last two weeks and decided there’s no fucking way they can take two of y’all
The schadenfreude from the other acc programs is also an admission that they all know deep down that this conference sucks ass and swofford tanked all our futures with the worst media deal of all time.
but hey, at least you ruined FSU and Clemson too
Are you high? Not only was it not nonsensical. It's exactly what is happening.
I would also assume that the attorneys that we hired (who are plentiful and specialize in these matters) know more about this situation than anybody on this board; and know the proper mode of operation we should be following in this situation.
a successful one in Atlanta
and what about the schadenfreude from everyone else?
people enjoy laughing at other fan bases, that's about as deep as this goes, and there's no "deep down" admission needed everyone understands the acc is dead
You’ve never heard of her, she lives in Canada and I met her on spring break
I mean everyone not in the acc gets to laugh because we’re all fucked and about to get relegated to glorified g5 status, most likely permanently
the other acc teams had a choice and could have just blown up the acc and saved everyone but decided to bolt the doors of the burning house all because they’re delusional.
The_QCT im still curious where you think you’re going if you get out…
thought we were talking about fan bases here not decision makers
From what I've been told, that has not been decided. But based on the AD's conversations with both the B1G & Sankey (both of which he has weekly conversations with), we will have our choice of the 2.
tigs and nols gonna look nice with those big 12 logos on their jerseys
We will take em. Beats Gonzaga and UConn
I still don't (and never did) understand how Clemson is going to get out of a contractual agreement