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BoiseHawk (Anonymous) says...

Where are these Petersen rumors coming from?

I can tell you, as someone who lives in Boise, there's not one person in this town who's even a little bit worried that he might be going to KU or anywhere else for that matter. So either this thing is air tight or it's simply incredibly wishful thinking. I suspect the latter.

BoiseHawk (Anonymous) says...

I hear this a lot but how is Boise State on their blue turf any different than Oregon, Michigan State or Hawaii?

BoiseHawk (Anonymous) says...

It sounds to me as if Tier 1 and 2 revenues will be shared equally and Tier 3 the schools get to keep. And since only UT and OU make more in Tier 3 revenues than KU does, that's the best possible deal for our school.

BoiseHawk (Anonymous) says...

I'd like to see KU add Louisville (great hoops program), Boise State (great football program) and BYU (good overall sports program). BYU and BSU would have travel partners and the Big 12 looks pretty stout. If the Tiggers flee the conference, replace them with Air Force, then the Big 12 has a serious mountain presence. Let's assume Missou leaves ...

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BoiseHawk (Anonymous) says...

Have you ever visited Boise State? Hired any of its graduates? Worked with people who have degrees from BSU? I have. It's no community college.

BoiseHawk (Anonymous) says...

Knee-jerk opinions are all we have at this point.

BoiseHawk (Anonymous) says...

Hey Matt ... someone on another KU board is saying that a New Orleans radio station is talking about KU to the SEC. This seems HIGHLY unlikely to me but have you heard anything at all indicating that the SEC is even a little interested in KU or vice versa?

BoiseHawk (Anonymous) says...

Only if you're thinking short-term and lack imagination.

Four 16-team conferences is what we're headed toward. When that happens, those four conferences will kick the NCAA to the curb. And when THAT happens, basketball revenue is back on the table again, which makes KU a major player.

BoiseHawk (Anonymous) says...

You can keep beating that drum, Tom, but no one's buying what you're selling.

KU fans are pretty unanimous in their desire NOT to see KU in the Big East.