The REAL Question if Texas joins the SEC.

PillsburyDoughboy

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Which orange-and-white school is gonna be called UT?
So Texas orange can only be described as Creme and White orange color,,, Florida is more of a Citrus Orange. vols reminds me of that crud we use to scrape out of a pumpkin and throw away in a garbage can. And auburn? Its just some god awful puke color that resembles something a baby vomits up when its had too many carrots.
 

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So Texas orange can only be described as Creme and White orange color,,, Florida is more of a Citrus Orange. vols reminds me of that crud we use to scrape out of a pumpkin and throw away in a garbage can. And auburn? Its just some god awful puke color that resembles something a baby vomits up when its had too many carrots.
That good ole orange stuff is one of my favorite desserts pumpkin pie! Yumm
 

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So Texas orange can only be described as Creme and White orange color,,, Florida is more of a Citrus Orange. vols reminds me of that crud we use to scrape out of a pumpkin and throw away in a garbage can. And auburn? Its just some god awful puke color that resembles something a baby vomits up when its had too many carrots.

 

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Based only on what is known to be a fact (Sankey working with Bowlsby on CFP expansion while knowing what was going on behind Bowlsby’s back and the reason Sankey was really pushing to expand to 12), Sankey’s reputation is shot. His career should be over. No one outside the SEC and ESPN will ever trust him again. You can’t do business with someone you can’t trust. 12 seemed odd, and now we know why.

ESPN. SMH. If true that they encouraged the AAC to raid the Big 12 to destroy the Big 12 (and eliminate UT’s and OU’s obligation to pay the Big 12 for the grant of rights), that’s collusion and conspiracy to destroy a business, to destroy a contractual partner. It’s anti-competitive. And Fox Sports business with the Big 12 was also a target so it was conspiracy to harm the business of Fox Sports. It was done wire, by mail, and across state lines. I bet ears have perked up at the FCC and FTC and maybe even the DOJ. Heads are gonna roll. It’s not a pleasant smell in the ESPN HQ men’s room this morning. It’s packed and a lot of squirting is going on.

Which conference was the next to be targeted by ESPN and Greg Sankey? The PAC 12 or the Big Ten? ESPN and The Walt Disney Company can kiss goodbye any hope of renewing their share of the media rights deals when they come up for renewal in 2024. Fox Sports says thank you. Like I said, heads are going to roll.
 

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Based only on what is known to be a fact (Sankey working with Bowlsby on CFP expansion while knowing what was going on behind Bowlsby’s back and the reason Sankey was really pushing to expand to 12), Sankey’s reputation is shot. His career should be over. No one outside the SEC and ESPN will ever trust him again. You can’t do business with someone you can’t trust. 12 seemed odd, and now we know why.

ESPN. SMH. If true that they encouraged the AAC to raid the Big 12 to destroy the Big 12 (and eliminate UT’s and OU’s obligation to pay the Big 12 for the grant of rights), that’s collusion and conspiracy to destroy a business, to destroy a contractual partner. It’s anti-competitive. And Fox Sports business with the Big 12 was also a target so it was conspiracy to harm the business of Fox Sports. It was done wire, by mail, and across state lines. I bet ears have perked up at the FCC and FTC and maybe even the DOJ. Heads are gonna roll. It’s not a pleasant smell in the ESPN HQ men’s room this morning. It’s packed and a lot of squirting is going on.

Which conference was the next to be targeted by ESPN and Greg Sankey? The PAC 12 or the Big Ten? ESPN and The Walt Disney Company can kiss goodbye any hope of renewing their share of the media rights deals when they come up for renewal in 2024. Fox Sports says thank you. Like I said, heads are going to roll.
Sankey has a lot of power like it or not
 

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To signify that Texas use to be in the Big 12...they will be known as BUTT. The B for Big 12 and the extra T for Texas so no one will mistake them for Tennessee.
 
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