USC and UCLA to the BIG10 in 2024

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ramases2112

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Neither the SEC or Big 10 are done... Right now, the ACC should be ready for some devastating moves as well. UNC/Duke/UVA/GT to the Big 10 would make a lot of sense. FSU/Clemson/NC State/VT to the SEC does as well... Miami to either conference wouldn't surprise me either. Things are going to get crazy quickly, I think.
Yup I see the ACC breaking apart rather quickly. They only have a few teams in it that are keeping it afloat, much like the PAC12 and BIG12.
 

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The money the SEC would make from having them in the conference pales in comparison to the exit fee. They dont give a rats ass about the exit fee.
They would owe 26 million a year up until like 2035 as their exit fee....


Edit so on top of i think a 52 million dollar exit fee they would owe in the neighborhood of 338 million to the conference....each.
 
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When the idea of mega conferences and money comes about nobody ever talks about what the SEC and B10 will do about their respective dogs like Vandy, Northwestern, Indiana etc. Do they kick them out for better programs? I think that is where an OSU has a chance
 
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When the idea of mega conferences and money comes about nobody ever talks about what the SEC and B10 will do about their respective dogs like Vandy, Northwestern, Indiana etc. Do they kick them out for better programs? I think that is where an OSU has a chance
The marginal programs will go broke. The increased travel budget alone will kill many of them. NIL will finish the rest.
 
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They would owe 26 million a year up until like 2035 as their exit fee....


Edit so on top of i think a 52 million dollar exit fee they would owe in the neighborhood of 338 million to the conference....each.
What if half the conference is offered homes elsewhere and want to leave? Then do they owe it?
 
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What if half the conference is offered homes elsewhere and want to leave? Then do they owe it?
I doubt it, but as with any contractual question, it depends. But I would guess that if that were the case and the conference dissolves, no one owes anything to anyone or it is substantially reduced.

Edit: And who knows, it may not even be contemplated in the contracts.
 
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If we are able to get schools from the PAC, it should be Washington, Oregon, Utah, and one more....they hold the most value and are most competitive.
 
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Geographically UA, ASU, Utah and because Oregon has Nike i'd choose them or Stanford.
If raiding the Pac 12, Washington has to be a part of it. Oregon and Washington are the best two schools left in that conference.

Hell, get aggressive add 8 teams with the Washington, Oregon, and Arizona schools plus Utah and Colorado to go to 20 teams.

I think Stanford and Cal ultimately end up in the BIG with USC and Cal. I read that there was a thought that UCLA and Cal were both tied together as they are both UC schools.
 
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new report saying Big 12 looking to take Arizona/Arizona State, Utah and Colorado. Literally only 1 good football program not sure how that helps us


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