Actually you can blame Texas for this mess. Can't blame A&M when the Longhorn Network was going to give Texas Approx $25 million extra a year and get their athletic teams on TV more then any other Big 12 team.
That's a very impressive lineup. If it does materialize, when would it go into effect? And how do you folks see this affecting our recruiting?
. . . We approached A&M years ago with a proposal for a joint TV deal. A&M was too cowardly and lacking in vision to see the possibility of it . . .
UCONN, STANFORD, TENNESSEE, and DUKE recruit nationally..... cant see it changing your recruiting that much. Perhaps you will do more recruiting in the South than before..... but again... you guys have gotten recruits from NC, SC, GA in the past few (5) years... not sure about VA and FL.
Not so much. We approached A&M years ago with a proposal for a joint TV deal. A&M was too cowardly and lacking in vision to see the possibility of it, so, when Texas did it on its own (something A&M also had every right to do, by the way) they ran crying to the SEC like the overly emotional, incompetent jackanapes they are. They're going to be in the basement of the SEC in football, they're not going to play Texas or OU for the foreseeable future, and they're STILL not financially solvent. But at least "they stuck it to tu."
Kaili and Jamelle are from DC. Elizabeth Williams is from Virginia Beach, about 200 miles south. The point is still valid, though. Both areas are in ACC country.Tiffany Hayes is from Florida. Geno has had some hits and some misses in the greater-DC area, getting Kaili McLaren but not Elizabeth Williams.
You can say it until you're blue in the face, and you'll continue to be wrong.Our apologist for Texas blames A&M for not wanting to join them in sticking it to the other members
of the conference.
Actually it would appear that Texas was lacking in vision for failing to see the possible consequences of
it's excessive greed. I seriously doubt that having the Big 12 blow up in their face was a part of UT's
As I've said before, if Texas wants its own TV deal like Notre Dame, it should be a
football independent like Notre Dame.