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July 29, 2010


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Kevin McGuire, CFB Examiner

Interesting to see that this story is not over yet, as expected. Will be fun to watch the Big 12 this season and moving forward!


I am sure Texas and OU want the money but did not want to appear unseemly. Would the Pac 12 be impress if these two institutions appeared to be money grubbers like the Aggies?

BTW, like Kevin, I too am glad the soap opera of the Big 12 Less 2 will continue. The Aggies will threaten to hold their breath if they do not get their way on each issue. Good times.

il cativo

I've said it over and over again on this site. The Sooners, and particularly the Longhorns, are not the money grubbers that Nebraska is painting them to be. The fact of the matter is that Nebraska voted in favor of the Big 12 revenue sharing plan every single time, and bolted for greener pastures as soon as the prospect of making MORE money materialized. As for the Aggies, they're just dirt poor and in debt up to their shoulders.

Mike Wright

Why are people getting on A&M for expecting what was promised to them in order to stay? If you do not like the deal then blame those that made it. Anyone that thinks the A&M is poor does not know the facts of the $16MM 0% loan from the University. Whatever makes you feel better about yourself and your team.


A&M needs the money: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/07/22/texas-am-toilet-paper_n_655364.html

Mike Wright

Let's not let the facts get in the way: http://www.forbes.com/2009/12/22/most-vaulable-college-football-teams-business-sports-college-football_slide_19.html

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