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gccs14r (Anonymous) says...

24 makes sense. Two full divisions of 12, each with a champion, and then they play each other to determine who goes on.

gccs14r (Anonymous) says...

If both KU and UNC end up in the Big 10, imagine Roy Williams having to make regular trips to Allen Field House on the other side of the ball.

gccs14r (Anonymous) says...

They had football until '86. Cessna Stadium needed a bunch of upgrades and the program wasn't deemed worthy of the expense.

gccs14r (Anonymous) says...

Protocol? That only applies to non-criminal acts related to the football program. For criminal activity, call the police. For particularly heinous acts, especially against minors, there is an obligation to step in immediately to protect the child, then call the police. Screw this circle-the-wagons-and-protect-the-program crap. That has to end.

gccs14r (Anonymous) says...

Maybe the best thing that could have happened in all of this is that all of the principal characters could have kept their mouths shut until the ink was dry on all of the agreements. (See the ACC for a recent example.) Then there could have been a single coherent announcement and it would have been done. All the leaks and wild speculation have taken what should have been a straight negotiation and contract signing and turned it into a circus. Now we have U.S. Senators involved? That's beyond stupid.

gccs14r (Anonymous) says...

Sorry, no. It's irresponsible to entrust the health and well-being of students to a man who has no regard for those qualities for himself. If he lost 350 pounds, that would be a start.

On Mangino speaks out on returning to coaching

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gccs14r (Anonymous) says...

The time to have improved the stadium was back when they put in the practice fields. They should have moved the whole football complex off campus to someplace with good highway access and with acres of space available for parking. Any problems with getting the athletes back and forth from campus could have been solved with a shuttle bus.