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Will Georgia drop Tech?

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    Will Georgia drop Tech?

    Will Tech/Ga become a casualty of conference expansion? Two articles...

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    Georgia-Auburn game could be sacrificed in SEC scheduling | Jeff Schultz


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    Could happen, but I doubt it. Remember this is the SEC you are talking about.

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    Rivalries, tradition and history will all fall before the money gods.

    I would hate to see it but it wouldn't surprise me.
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    If this happens there would be no point in even following college football from my point of view.
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    12 out of 13. When will this stop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by srschirm View Post
    If this happens there would be no point in even following college football from my point of view.
    And that's what's wrong with your point of view.

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    If Drad were to raise the topic of dropping georgie the alumni would be up in arms. Would georgie alumns give a rats butt about dropping us?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pckl300 View Post
    And that's what's wrong with your point of view.
    How so? Tradition/rivalries are very important to me and are the essence of what college football is about.
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    12 out of 13. When will this stop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Combat Engineer View Post
    Rivalries, tradition and history will all fall before the money gods.

    I would hate to see it but it wouldn't surprise me.
    Why in the world would you drop somebody off your schedule that you own? And that's the reality of this decade. Regardless, up here in NC the legislature stepped in and required NC State, UNC, etc. to play East Carolina. Not sure if the Georgia legislature has that kind of balls -- didn't when I lived there -- but I would think that the regents would insist on that rivalry game. If not, the legislature might have to suck it up and take a stand. Gee, imagine that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curious View Post
    Why in the world would you drop somebody off your schedule that you own? And that's the reality of this decade. Regardless, up here in NC the legislature stepped in and required NC State, UNC, etc. to play East Carolina. Not sure if the Georgia legislature has that kind of balls -- didn't when I lived there -- but I would think that the regents would insist on that rivalry game. If not, the legislature might have to suck it up and take a stand. Gee, imagine that.
    Must be a lot of ECU alums in the NC state legislature. having those ACC teams play ECU builds up ECU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srschirm View Post
    How so? Tradition/rivalries are very important to me and are the essence of what college football is about.
    As much as I hate agreeing with you, I do.

 

 
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