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Old 06-18-2010, 09:44 AM    (permalink
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I would really really like this idea, I've never seen it broken down that way, probably won't happen but I'd be very much in favor of this. Would get to see some epic Big XII championship matches, and TCU & Houston have been getting better and better as of recent. Going to a bigger conference would help their recruiting out.
I don't like the idea of not having OU and UT in the same division unless you guarantee that OU will play UT every year as a conference game.

Baylor-TCU would be a nice, new rivalry. I think TAMU-Houston would develop into one, purely based on geography.
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