Now that this thread has been dug up, I can put my great expansion candidate out there - Kentucky.
Think about it. Total basketball school, would leave a terrible basketball league. Football struggles in the SEC, but they might fit right into the mix in the Big 12. Helps with the geographic bridge to WV.
I know that there probably isn't an SEC school that's leaving the league, but KY is the northernmost school in the league other than the traitors. Their main rival isn't in the SEC so they wouldn't be leaving that. Not sure how $$ works out in Big 12 compared to SEC, but it would seem their main sports would match better with us.
My first ISU basketball game - Fred Hoiberg was on the court.
My first ISU football game - Paul Rhoads was on the sidelines.
But they hadn't yet reached their full potential.
SO PROUD that things have come full circle. #cyclONEnation
This article will probably ruffle the feathers of those here who think that the Big 12 GOR would prevent teams from bolting for a few years. Clay Travis does have a law degree, and I'd like to see him expand on his opinion that the GOR would be unenforceable.
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