More from the day the vaunted Big Ten became the SEC.

Two quick notes from the re-opening…

First, a chuckle.

Dude, I’m afraid your “no one wanted this to be political” horse done left the barn a while ago.  But, sure, close that door now if it makes you feel better about yourself.

Two, a head shaker.

“Of all the questions in the world, that certainly is one” is a helluva way to say, “hey, look we need the money, man”.  But it really is all they’ve got.


UPDATE:  Gosh, you can just feel the moral struggle these great leaders are faced with.


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6 responses to “More from the day the vaunted Big Ten became the SEC.

  1. Spell Dawg

    I found arguments of if we can do it safely, there’s no reason not to go ahead and do it.
    I wonder how a Flat-Earther youtube video would effect him.


  2. If you have decided your university isn’t safe for students to live, eat and study on campus, then it isn’t safe for football.

    Northwestern, you should have stood on principle and said you wouldn’t play this fall.

    The self-proclaimed smartest people in the room (the Big 10) was taken by the so-called knuckle-dragging SEC.

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  3. Gaskilldawg

    Yeah, Shapiro, your arms and shoulders are black and blue from the intensity of that grappling.


  4. Got Cowdog

    “But it’s really a fair question” means:
    “It’s also a question you already know the answer to. I’ve got a handy conference I can defer to, and they’ve got the NCAA they can defer to, so there’s no reason for me to be the one to validate that it’s all about the money. I’ll just sit here and deflect until you go away, you asshole.” Said with a smile, of course…

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  5. Dawg19

    Shorter version of all of this:

    The Big Ten couldn’t handle standing outside the Prom watching the SEC dance with their dates.