I’d bet the west coast plays lots of 7pm games . That said, west coast people need to realize the SEC and east coast teams all want those 5pm prime time games, which happens to be 8est.If this does happen, they’d better not stick us with those crappy “after dark” games just because we are west coast teams.
More rumors about conference realignment:
Rumor Swirling That Big Ten Will Be Adding 4 New Schools This Week
Jack McGuire of Barstool Sports shared on Sunday that he's hearing the Big Ten will add Clemson, Florida State, Oregon and Washington.
"Scoop City has received a serious rumor that the Big Ten will add Washington, Oregon, FSU, and Clemson this week," he reported.
If that happens, expect Cal and Stanford to join the ACC.
Okay. This is good news for UW fans. If true (not knowing the details), my mind is more at ease.
If this does happen, they’d better not stick us with those crappy “after dark” games just because we are west coast teams.
It's like musical chairs, nobody wants to be left standing. UW had no choice if they wanted to remain relevant. Same for Oregon. Stanford and Cal now left on the outside looking in. They make too much sense for the Big Ten not to gobble them up. Prestigious academic schools as well, especially Stanford.
They never said how long the unequal share structure will last. I mean, it can't be a forever thing. Does anyone know the answer to that? Couldn't seem to find it.New schools in a conference typically not always get lesser revenue for a period as well as the lousy scheduling decisions like traveling to the top schools for the match ups . New kid on the block, conference Hazing really.
I’m guessing Fresno, SDSU, BSU, UNLV, SMU. Then they add Vegas, Dallas and San Diego. Maybe also Tulane and UTSA.If the Pac-12 is going to continue, they should look into inviting school like:
San Diego St.
NDSU & SDSU