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Basura Blanco
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If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
The Big 10 has made it known they are moving to 16 teams ASAP. Penn State is flirting with the ACC, Notre Dame has turned them down, and they need 2 possibly 3 teams to get to 16.

They are looking at Iowa State, Kanas St. and Kansas, and possibly Missouri.

Thru back channel walki-talki's discussions, the SEC lets Missouri know there will be no repercussions should the leave and has TCU or Baylor willing to come over as their replacement.

Does Missouri go to the Big 10?

Does the SEC try to keep them or willingly let them leave knowing they have TCU or Baylor?

Ive gotten used to Missouri being an SEC team, but if they were to bolt to the Big 10, I think its a win/win



Farmer1906
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
I can't see it. Plus thoses replacements would never happen.


MackDaddyBrown
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
You went full retard the second you mentioned Baylor/TCU


Farmer1906
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Member since Apr 2009
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
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SEC lets Missouri know there will be no repercussions should the leave


The SEC has no buyout. There is a reason for that.


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CauleyHog
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
TCU or Baylor?


Monahans
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Member since Sep 2019
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
Yes thank you OP. I figured Missouri would actually be interested in this, especially if Kansas ends up in the B1G.


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Basura Blanco
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Member since Dec 2011
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
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You went full retard the second you mentioned Baylor/TCU


Relax, they aren't going to be better than you forever.


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tigertrueAU
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Member since Oct 2009
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
Not that much opinion is worth shite but I would much rather have Baylor then mizz. It’s nothing against mizz but I like Baylor basketball and the school (boosters) will pour money into the place to win.


Old Sarge
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
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You went full longhorn fan the second you mentioned Baylor/TCU


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Basura Blanco
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
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TCU or Baylor?


Thats a tough one, I would rather TCU but Baylor might be the better choice for the brand shite everyone is all excited over.


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H2O Tiger
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
No way they replace with Baylor/TCU. Doesn't open any more markets. I see them go after Clemson/FSU/NC State/VT should Mizzou leave.


Basura Blanco
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Member since Dec 2011
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
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I can't see it. Plus thoses replacements would never happen


I would've agreed with you before last week's events, now nothing would shock me.

As for the replacement teams, they make sense for east/west balance, wouldn't be a drop off in competition, and are readily available. There are obviously much stronger schools in the ACC to approach, which I agree would be more likely.


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tigeraddict
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Baton Rouge
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
Why would you leave for less money?


Ridgewalker
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Member since Aug 2012
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
Ann Arbor or Gainesville in the winter. You decide.

M I Z - S E C


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Basura Blanco
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2011
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
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No way they replace with Baylor/TCU. Doesn't open any more markets. I see them go after Clemson/FSU/NC State/VT should Mizzou leave.


Yeah, totally agree. The question I failed to make clear in the OP was strictly a Baylor/TCU vs Missouri option.


G&P
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Member since Aug 2013
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
I would support Missouri moving to the B1G... Kansas and Missouri moving to the B1G is good for everyone.

Then Tech, Okie State, TCU can go out West. West Virginia to the East.

The Big 12 teams need a landing spot.

Baylor needs a home.
This post was edited on 7/26 at 3:57 pm


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Mizzou4ever
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
Mizzou isn't going anywhere. Unlike the "newest members" we're loyal.


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MetroAtlantaGatorFan
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
They should, especially if Penn St leaves and Kansas joins.


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StLBg
Missouri Fan
Member since Dec 2018
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re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
Can I have “NFW” for $800, Alex?


waiting4saturday
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Covington, LA
Member since Sep 2005
7417 posts

re: If the Big 10 were to approach Missouri do they listen?
I'd bet Mizzou is a larger brand than TCU or Baylor, so I'd assume the SEC would put up a fight to keep Mizzou.


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