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    Not a good start to the season for the Big 12 today. Iowa st looks like they are about to be upset by Louisiana and Kansas st is on the ropes with Arkansas st.

    Notre dame down early to duke too though that’s not Big 12.
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    Big Ten football announces return to play

    https://www.cbssports.com/college-fo...rapid-testing/

    The Big Ten announced Tuesday that its Council of Presidents and Chancellors has voted to allow the league to play football in fall 2020. The Big Ten will open its season on the weekend of Oct. 24 with teams playing eight games in eight weeks and a Big Ten Championship Game scheduled for Dec. 19, sources tell CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd.
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      I could be wrong, but I feel like the Big 10 and Pac 12 made their decisions thinking that all of the conferences would quickly follow behind. When the ACC, Big 12, and SEC decided they weren't going to do that, and it became apparent that there would be bowl games and a National Championship following the fall season and not following the spring season the Big 10 and Pac 12 wanted, then they started to panic. Not much has changed since their announcement, except their realization that the football season could go on without them.

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        Miami looked good last night.
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          Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
          I could be wrong, but I feel like the Big 10 and Pac 12 made their decisions thinking that all of the conferences would quickly follow behind. When the ACC, Big 12, and SEC decided they weren't going to do that, and it became apparent that there would be bowl games and a National Championship following the fall season and not following the spring season the Big 10 and Pac 12 wanted, then they started to panic. Not much has changed since their announcement, except their realization that the football season could go on without them.
          The Big 10 commish is a friggin IDIOT! Nebraska, Iowa, Penn State and Ohio State all said screw you we will just go play who ever! So this IDIOT comes back and says yeah you do that and you are out f the Big 10! Mhat a friggin MORON! Then he realizes oh CRAP, we are gonna lose 100s of Millions of dollars, and the REST of the Nation is going on with out US?!?!?!?! Oh no, we better scramble and at least play 8 games!!! Without an out of conference season. OSU has a really good shot at going all the way this year. Who even cares about the PAC10.
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            It wasn’t the commissioner’s decision. It was the presidents of the schools that made the decision.

            It’s the PAC-12 that you don’t care about.
            My Opinion isn’t determined by what the Popular Opinion is. Sometimes I agree with the Majority, Sometimes I Don’t. If My Opinion is Different than Yours, I have to Ask One Question:
            You Mad Bro?

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              Well after Iowa state disaster of an opener they have really turned their season around. Knocking off texas and giving them a 99% chance of making their first ever title game. Sad that Breece Hall was 9 yards short of continuing his steak of 100+ games.




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                Auburn is a joke and I love it. I cannot stand that fraudulent school and it's pathetic football program.
                Super Bowl XXXII, XXXIII & 50 Champs

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                  Originally posted by Safety View Post
                  Auburn is a joke and I love it. I cannot stand that fraudulent school and it's pathetic football program.
                  Tell us how you really feel? What an absurd joke of a take.
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                    Now that Deion Sanders is a coach (that feels weird to type) and seemingly able to attract some bigger talents from bigger schools do any of you think HBCUs will find a resurgence of sorts? Or will this just be a flash in the pan once Shadeur and/or Deion leaves Jackson State?

                    Either way, I might have to make a trip up to Jackson to catch a game. If nothing else I know the half time show is going to be exciting to watch because those bands are incredible.

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                    • #11
                      Michigan is losing recruits left and right and that's with both the school and Harbaugh coming out and committing to Jim next season. I think players are noticing that playing for Jim might not be the best plan, especially if you're an offensive player.
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                        Originally posted by InsaneBlaze23 View Post
                        Michigan is losing recruits left and right and that's with both the school and Harbaugh coming out and committing to Jim next season. I think players are noticing that playing for Jim might not be the best plan, especially if you're an offensive player.
                        That was the same thing that was happening to Auburn. And I think part of the reason they let Gus go. Our class is currently ranked 49th and he’s never finished outside the top 20.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post

                          That was the same thing that was happening to Auburn. And I think part of the reason they let Gus go. Our class is currently ranked 49th and he’s never finished outside the top 20.
                          Michigan is ranked 12th for their 2021 recruiting class, but would've been higher had a few people not dipped and chose different schools.
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                            Good luck today Birdman. Would love to see Iowa St win their first Big 12 football title.
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                              What an absolutely absurd ejection.
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