Discussion in 'UConn Football' started by HuskyNan, May 5, 2012.
USC, Miami, TCU, and .....Memphis
The Rand McNally Bowl. We've already heard about USC. Miami? Good one, I had not been thinking about them, but question . . . Do you consider Miami and Philly as equals when it comes to college football?
TCU? For now, sure. But history . . . the didn't make the cut when the old Southwest Conference folded and teams where looking for new conferences. And, we will see now how they do in the Big 12 against a steady diet of Texas, Oklahoma, et al. Perhaps, they were just the beneficiaries of the non-BCS conference they were in that regularly got rip for overall lack of strength. Maybe they'll be more Miami, than Temple.
And Memphis? Not even worthy of an analysis.
We can nitpick this map quest to death all while missing the point, but bottom line is Temple will add very little to the Big East football conference.
there's only a handful of cities that size, how can there be more than a handful of colleges in cities that size? you're number one reason Temple can't compete with UMass is that Temple is in Philly as opposed to Amherst and that's just silly. If Temple becomes a perennial top 25 team, Philly will start caring about them
trying to make a joke hard to come across typing. i still shutter thinking about memphis being a future conference mate of ours.
Missing the point, Temple has little potential, period (we've seen this before). UMass? Maybe. Time will tell. As for Amherst, go figure with State College or Tuskcaloosa or Charlottesville or Eugene. Or Storrs for that matter.
Got it. Slow learner here. My bad.
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