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Defeat doesn't finish a man - quit does. A man is not finished when he's defeated. He's finished when he quits. - Richard Nixon
It was obvious when the conference expanded they needed to play more than an eight game conference schedule. The math is pretty easy. I'm not sure we don't need to play a 10 game conference schedule but eight is not enough with two 7 team conferences.
With a 12 team conference divided into 2 divisions, the 8 game conference schedule allowed you to play every division team plus half the non-divisional teams each year. You rotated through the non-divisional teams often enough so you still had that conference connection. You need a 9 to 10 game conference schedule to do that with a 14 team conference.
I thought the delay was because of the politics involved and it looked like we might be headed for more expansion with what is now the FBS ending up with 4 super conferences.
This post was edited by dpwspringer 14 months ago
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