SIAP: More Expansion? Warren and B10 looking at Oregon, Stanford, Cal and Washington

SoFla-Hawkeye

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Why would BC and ND be a package deal. Neither of those 2 schools signed the Mandatum which means they arent affiliated with the official Catholic Church. Neother of those 2 schools have any affiliation with each other whatsoever.
The ACC
 

ichawk24

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if you already have the big 3 markets, adding anybody would be negative in that regards

Which is why the only probable B1G expansion candidate is ND, who ain't coming. No other schools are value-added. Even UNC/UVA would reduce payouts.
 

photomantric

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I think it's still zero based on my math
Agreed. Negative zilch would be -0. Then there is positive zilch which would be +0. Both come out to be zero. So, in the spirit of removing negativity from this world...could we just say that Zona and Colorado would add positive zilch to the Big Ten?
 
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BBHawk

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So does Stanford and Cal.
Stanford and Cal are both extremely prestigious universities - incredible academic programs, histories of Nobel prize winners, etc. Just from that perspective they would bring academic legitimacy to the conference. The SEC has nothing like this beyond Vanderbilt. It would further separate the 2 in that aspect.