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    Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Orangebloods.com - Source: Nebraska regents clear path to Big Ten

    Wow if the Big 10 does not invite Mizzou, then what? This is interesting.



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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    I think theres a really good chance Mizzou gets left out in the cold. They just wouldn't have the impact that Nebby or ND would have.



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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    The Big 10 played them, they could be without a conference as well. The Big 10 is playing schools and conferences so it can get more money and more power. Ruin the rest of the conferences as long as the Big 10 is still around.


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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Good news for us. Kansas, Missouri, Kansas State, and Colorado are still all great schools to hitch our wagons too.



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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    ya i'll take it. Those schools then add in a TCU Cinci and Utah?


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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Quote Originally Posted by PGreen ISU '92 View Post
    Good news for us. Kansas, Missouri, Kansas State, and Colorado are still all great schools to hitch our wagons too.
    Damn it, Johnson! You are a federal agent! NEVER end a sentence with a preposition!



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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Then we all point and laugh at Missouri who has been beggin the big 10 to get in for like 50 years.


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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    ya i'll take it. Those schools then add in a TCU Cinci and Utah?
    There is no guarnatee our wagon is hitched to anyone. The remaining schools could dump us just as easily.



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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Quote Originally Posted by PGreen ISU '92 View Post
    Good news for us. Kansas, Missouri, Kansas State, and Colorado are still all great schools to hitch our wagons too.
    Okie St also. Then go and get what is left of the Big East and you have a new conference.


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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Quote Originally Posted by kingcy View Post
    Okie St also. Then go and get what is left of the Big East and you have a new conference.
    Okie St is Pac 10 bound (if this is all true)



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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Quote Originally Posted by kingcy View Post
    Okie St also. Then go and get what is left of the Big East and you have a new conference.
    Okie St. is still heading to the PAC 10 with Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, and (Baylor or Colorado). Of course things seem to be changing daily.



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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Yep Missouri got got used like that dorky kid that got his license first.


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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyMac View Post
    Okie St is Pac 10 bound (if this is all true)
    Its hard to keep up.


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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Wow. Mizzou. Left out in the cold with the rest of us. Poetic justice.



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    Re: Mizzou getting the "cold shoulder"

    Mizzou reportedly getting the cold shoulder should serve as an illustration to how little most people know about this conference expansion debate.



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