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  • UW_Doog_BotUW_Doog_Bot Posts: 7,741
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    So with the inevitable banning of football in California altogether which G5 conference will UW join?
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  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 10,114
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    Under Armour bit off a little more than it could chew.

    Under Armour had to overpay to entice schools from leaving more established companies like Adidas and Nike. Now, these schools are paying the price. There's a reason it's sometimes better to get less from an established brand. You are less likely to be impacted by financial burdens of said companies.
    dncdirtysouwfdawg
  • theknowledgetheknowledge Posts: 1,733
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    So with the inevitable banning of football in California altogether which G5 conference will UW join?

    Big 10. Having that last piece of the puzzle to sell. Tradition, facilities, city, academics and finally conference affiliation. The 9am, 12 and 3pm kickoffs would be pretty cool as well.

    DoitGif
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  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 10,114
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    So with the inevitable banning of football in California altogether which G5 conference will UW join?

    Big 10. Having that last piece of the puzzle to sell. Tradition, facilities, city, academics and finally conference affiliation. The 9am, 12 and 3pm kickoffs would be pretty cool as well.

    DoitGif
    This. Oregon and Washington jumping to the BIG 10 to make it 16 teams just makes sense.
    dnctheknowledgeMad_Sondirtysouwfdawg
  • dncdnc Posts: 45,788
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    So with the inevitable banning of football in California altogether which G5 conference will UW join?

    Big 10. Having that last piece of the puzzle to sell. Tradition, facilities, city, academics and finally conference affiliation. The 9am, 12 and 3pm kickoffs would be pretty cool as well.

    DoitGif
    Your doog fanfic makes me so hard.

    Tell me more.
    theknowledgeBleachedAnusDawgMad_SonPitchfork51
  • dncdnc Posts: 45,788
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    dnc said:

    So with the inevitable banning of football in California altogether which G5 conference will UW join?

    Big 10. Having that last piece of the puzzle to sell. Tradition, facilities, city, academics and finally conference affiliation. The 9am, 12 and 3pm kickoffs would be pretty cool as well.

    DoitGif
    Your doog fanfic makes me so hard.

    Tell me more.
    There would need to be a realignment of the B10 divisions.

    Here’s how they currently stand:

    East Division: Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State and Rutgers.

    West Division: Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Purdue and Wisconsin.



    Push Purdue and Illinois to the East.

    We? and the Ducks fight @Mad_Son and @PurpleBaze ’s Badgers for the West title.

    *Edit: I personally don’t think this is realistic but as you say @dnc, it’s a fun doog fanfic.
    It will never happen butt it's fun to think about.
    theknowledge
  • theknowledgetheknowledge Posts: 1,733
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    If the season doesn’t happen Cal, Arizona, WSU, Colorado and Oregon State will all be in Big trouble. What makes more sense, consolidating what’s left of the west coast, or jumping to greener pastures? ASU, UCLA and Utah go to the Big12, USC goes independent and UW and Oregon go Big 10. Stanford either folds or goes independent, depends on how deep their pockets are. I’ve been dreaming of this for a couple years. The Pac 12 is a joke. The leadership, fans and media are so soft. Time for teams that give a shit to finally play with like minded folk.
    BleachedAnusDawg
  • dncdnc Posts: 45,788
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    If the season doesn’t happen Cal, Arizona, WSU, Colorado and Oregon State will all be in Big trouble. What makes more sense, consolidating what’s left of the west coast, or jumping to greener pastures? ASU, UCLA and Utah go to the Big12, USC goes independent and UW and Oregon go Big 10. Stanford either folds or goes independent, depends on how deep their pockets are. I’ve been dreaming of this for a couple years. The Pac 12 is a joke. The leadership, fans and media are so soft. Time for teams that give a shit to finally play with like minded folk.

    WASHINGTON (dammit) will always be stuck with WSU.

    Your argument absolutely makes more sense but Coogs have too much say in state politically and the UW grads with political power generally a. DGAF about sports or b. Believe in participation ribbons for all or mostly c. abundance.

    UW is fucked.

    Oregon might maybe have a chance but they're probably in the same boat tied down with Boov.

    The program is over.
    theknowledgeBasemanGreenRiverGatorz
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 57,452
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    The Pac 10 needs to join the Big 8 survivors

    UW
    WSU
    UO
    OSU
    Cal
    Stanford
    USC
    UCLA

    Colorado
    Oklahoma
    Okie State
    Texas
    Tech
    Baylor
    ASU
    UA

    Utah? fuck those guys
    Mad_SondncDoog_de_JourPitchfork51HuskyJW
  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 10,114
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    dnc said:

    If the season doesn’t happen Cal, Arizona, WSU, Colorado and Oregon State will all be in Big trouble. What makes more sense, consolidating what’s left of the west coast, or jumping to greener pastures? ASU, UCLA and Utah go to the Big12, USC goes independent and UW and Oregon go Big 10. Stanford either folds or goes independent, depends on how deep their pockets are. I’ve been dreaming of this for a couple years. The Pac 12 is a joke. The leadership, fans and media are so soft. Time for teams that give a shit to finally play with like minded folk.

    WASHINGTON (dammit) will always be stuck with WSU.

    Your argument absolutely makes more sense but Coogs have too much say in state politically and the UW grads with political power generally a. DGAF about sports or b. Believe in participation ribbons for all or mostly c. abundance.

    UW is fucked.

    Oregon might maybe have a chance but they're probably in the same boat tied down with Boov.

    The program is over.
    Oregon would for sure leave if that's what's best for the program. Too many power brokers in the athletic department to be left out (Oregon actually cares about football). What's most likely going to happen is Oregon, Washington, USC, UCLA, Arizona, and Arizona St. will go to the Big 12. Two divisions:

    North:
    Oregon
    Washington
    Oklahoma St.
    Oklahoma
    Kansas
    Kansas St.
    Iowa St.
    West Virginia

    South:
    Texas
    USC
    UCLA
    Arizona
    Arizona St.
    Texas Tech
    Baylor
    TCU

    Geographically it makes much more sense as well. Kind of funny that the Big 12 will probably do to the Pac 12 what the Pac 12 tried to do to the Big 12 ten years ago.
    BleachedAnusDawg
  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Posts: 18,654
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    Some UCLA

    dnc said:

    If the season doesn’t happen Cal, Arizona, WSU, Colorado and Oregon State will all be in Big trouble. What makes more sense, consolidating what’s left of the west coast, or jumping to greener pastures? ASU, UCLA and Utah go to the Big12, USC goes independent and UW and Oregon go Big 10. Stanford either folds or goes independent, depends on how deep their pockets are. I’ve been dreaming of this for a couple years. The Pac 12 is a joke. The leadership, fans and media are so soft. Time for teams that give a shit to finally play with like minded folk.

    WASHINGTON (dammit) will always be stuck with WSU.

    Your argument absolutely makes more sense but Coogs have too much say in state politically and the UW grads with political power generally a. DGAF about sports or b. Believe in participation ribbons for all or mostly c. abundance.

    UW is fucked.

    Oregon might maybe have a chance but they're probably in the same boat tied down with Boov.

    The program is over.
    Oregon would for sure leave if that's what's best for the program. Too many power brokers in the athletic department to be left out (Oregon actually cares about football). What's most likely going to happen is Oregon, Washington, USC, UCLA, Arizona, and Arizona St. will go to the Big 12. Two divisions:

    North:
    Oregon
    Washington
    Oklahoma St.
    Oklahoma
    Kansas
    Kansas St.
    Iowa St.
    West Virginia

    South:
    Texas
    USC
    UCLA
    Arizona
    Arizona St.
    Texas Tech
    Baylor
    TCU

    Geographically it makes much more sense as well. Kind of funny that the Big 12 will probably do to the Pac 12 what the Pac 12 tried to do to the Big 12 ten years ago.
    No thanks faggo
  • CH0PwarlordCH0Pwarlord Posts: 12
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    dnc said:

    If the season doesn’t happen Cal, Arizona, WSU, Colorado and Oregon State will all be in Big trouble. What makes more sense, consolidating what’s left of the west coast, or jumping to greener pastures? ASU, UCLA and Utah go to the Big12, USC goes independent and UW and Oregon go Big 10. Stanford either folds or goes independent, depends on how deep their pockets are. I’ve been dreaming of this for a couple years. The Pac 12 is a joke. The leadership, fans and media are so soft. Time for teams that give a shit to finally play with like minded folk.

    WASHINGTON (dammit) will always be stuck with WSU.

    Your argument absolutely makes more sense but Coogs have too much say in state politically and the UW grads with political power generally a. DGAF about sports or b. Believe in participation ribbons for all or mostly c. abundance.

    UW is fucked.

    Oregon might maybe have a chance but they're probably in the same boat tied down with Boov.

    The program is over.
    Oregon would for sure leave if that's what's best for the program. Too many power brokers in the athletic department to be left out (Oregon actually cares about football). What's most likely going to happen is Oregon, Washington, USC, UCLA, Arizona, and Arizona St. will go to the Big 12. Two divisions:

    North:
    Oregon
    Washington
    Oklahoma St.
    Oklahoma
    Kansas
    Kansas St.
    Iowa St.
    West Virginia

    South:
    Texas
    USC
    UCLA
    Arizona
    Arizona St.
    Texas Tech
    Baylor
    TCU

    Geographically it makes much more sense as well. Kind of funny that the Big 12 will probably do to the Pac 12 what the Pac 12 tried to do to the Big 12 ten years ago.
    Our conference is so lame and shitty that I bet we realign based on reducing fossil fuel use. The Pac12 ads will be 80% commercials about the Pac12 greeness. Sawant will be commish.
  • DerekJohnsonDerekJohnson Posts: 29,392
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    If the season doesn’t happen Cal, Arizona, WSU, Colorado and Oregon State will all be in Big trouble. What makes more sense, consolidating what’s left of the west coast, or jumping to greener pastures? ASU, UCLA and Utah go to the Big12, USC goes independent and UW and Oregon go Big 10. Stanford either folds or goes independent, depends on how deep their pockets are. I’ve been dreaming of this for a couple years. The Pac 12 is a joke. The leadership, fans and media are so soft. Time for teams that give a shit to finally play with like minded folk.

    It would make far more sense for the Big 10 to take USC and Notre Dame
  • dncdnc Posts: 45,788
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    If the season doesn’t happen Cal, Arizona, WSU, Colorado and Oregon State will all be in Big trouble. What makes more sense, consolidating what’s left of the west coast, or jumping to greener pastures? ASU, UCLA and Utah go to the Big12, USC goes independent and UW and Oregon go Big 10. Stanford either folds or goes independent, depends on how deep their pockets are. I’ve been dreaming of this for a couple years. The Pac 12 is a joke. The leadership, fans and media are so soft. Time for teams that give a shit to finally play with like minded folk.

    It would make far more sense for the Big 10 to take USC and Notre Dame
    It would make a lot of sense for me to marry Gal Gadot!
    theknowledgePitchfork51huskyhooligan
  • TommySQCTommySQC Posts: 4,615
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    So with the inevitable banning of football in California altogether which G5 conference will UW join?

    Big 10. Having that last piece of the puzzle to sell. Tradition, facilities, city, academics and finally conference affiliation. The 9am, 12 and 3pm kickoffs would be pretty cool as well.

    DoitGif
    sign me up
    theknowledge
  • TommySQCTommySQC Posts: 4,615
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    If the season doesn’t happen Cal, Arizona, WSU, Colorado and Oregon State will all be in Big trouble. What makes more sense, consolidating what’s left of the west coast, or jumping to greener pastures? ASU, UCLA and Utah go to the Big12, USC goes independent and UW and Oregon go Big 10. Stanford either folds or goes independent, depends on how deep their pockets are. I’ve been dreaming of this for a couple years. The Pac 12 is a joke. The leadership, fans and media are so soft. Time for teams that give a shit to finally play with like minded folk.

    It would make far more sense for the Big 10 to take USC and Notre Dame

    Stop it. They would have taken ND 20 years ago but ND doesn't want in.
    dnctheknowledgeGreenRiverGatorz
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