EastCoastFan Posted February 11 Share Posted February 11 Things appear to be moving. This is the moment. Resistance to SMU, which looks like a desperation effort on Kliavkoff's part, is churning up in several locations. Kliavkoff's promised $40 million per school appears to be wishful thinking. Several reports of a potential jump by ASU. Also, reports of new contacts from Brett Yormark's office to current Pac members. Watch what happens with Michael Crow, and also if there's anything brewing with Bob Robbins and Todd Saliman. Oregon currently is at a disadvantage with an interim head, not in the position they'd like to be as a conference leader. As usual, the Bay Area schools are sleeping, and OSU/WSU are attempting to keep things together. The Big-12 is shopping. The Pac-10 is attempting a Covid-style lockdown. The odd thing, one of the oddest things, is that the "Pac-12 Board" isn't discussing this. What could be more fundamental? Instead, the energy keeps flowing to respond to some southern-troll who posts on this board and then gets a slew of responses. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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