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Old 10-15-2013, 01:36 PM   #9076
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Having trouble following you. Computer rankings are always welcome by me because they're factual and a fool would argue against them. I'm glad Saul is finally seeing the benefit of discussing the computers rather than crazy rants. I don't use them selectively at all, and even said Mizzou left the poverty ranks this year. But let's see how it plays out before we declare them some type of national power.
When did I assign any value to computer rankings? Was it back when Mizzou had all those consecutive losing seasons that never happened?
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Missouri didn't have a string of losing seasons in the 80s and 90s? I thought they did.
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Old 10-15-2013, 02:05 PM   #9081
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The BIG is easily the best conference to me overall with their collection of excellent schools. Long term they're near the top in both major sports and academically they're quite prestigious which is why Jay Nixon made the statement he did about joining them.

I normally associated Mizzou with Kansas, Iowa and Illinois rather than Kentucky, Ole Miss and Arkansas. But I'm not an alum so that may not be the perception of folks around the state particularly in St Louis where most of them are.
Iowa? Hardly.

I grew up a Big 8 kid like all Mizzou fans/alums my age, (37). I "associate" us w/ the old Big 8 & Tx schools as the Big 12 to me was just an extension of the Big 8. While I am still a fan of the Big 12 3 of the original 8 and 4 of 12 are gone, it's not exactly the same league anymore. On top of that Colorado is not the Colorado of my youth.

The Big Ten is a snooze fest and dying product (football) w/ no teams in anchor states for talent (CA/TX/Fla). Population shifts and demographics are killing it slowly.

We've played Illinois OOC all my life. Continuing to do that isn't a change from the norm.

The overall culture of the state is midwestern and southern. Some parts more than the other depending on where you are. MU fits in better w/ these SEC states than some of these upper midwest ones. Is it a perfect fit? No, the Big 12 was but that didn't appear to be feasible long term at the time a golden parachute in the form of the SEC opportunity presented itself. We fit in as well there as the Big Ten.
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Iowa? Hardly.

I grew up a Big 8 kid like all Mizzou fans/alums my age, (37). I "associate" us w/ the old Big 8 & Tx schools as the Big 12 to me was just an extension of the Big 8. While I am still a fan of the Big 12 3 of the original 8 and 4 of 12 are gone, it's not exactly the same league anymore. On top of that Colorado is not the Colorado of my youth.

The Big Ten is a snooze fest and dying product (football) w/ no teams in anchor states for talent (CA/TX/Fla). Population shifts and demographics are killing it slowly.

We've played Illinois OOC all my life. Continuing to do that isn't a change from the norm.

The overall culture of the state is midwestern and southern. Some parts more than the other depending on where you are. MU fits in better w/ these SEC states than some of these upper midwest ones. Is it a perfect fit? No, the Big 12 was but that didn't appear to be feasible long term at the time a golden parachute in the form of the SEC opportunity presented itself. We fit in as well there as the Big Ten.
Pretty much this.

Missouri is similar in a lot of respects to Kansas, Iowa, and Illinois. (I'm not really sure what Illinois has to do with this discussion, though.) The Big 8 was a great fit for Missouri with teams from Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Colorado. Those days are long gone, though.

Colorado and Nebraska are no longer in the conference. Half of the conference is now from Texas or West Virginia. The hapless leadership of Don Bebee drove 40% of the members away...to three different conferences. It's not like one conference made one school an offer it couldn't refuse. This is evidence of systemic problems in the league despite the way those left behind have tried to spin it.

If you meet an asshole in the morning, you met an asshole. If you meet assholes all day...you're the asshole. The Big 12 has met nothing but assholes for years.

Today, it's a dying conference with no identity, but it doesn't even seem to realize it. Of the major conferences, it's got the worst football, mediocre at best basketball, the worst academics, the worst geographic layout, and the most unbalanced power structure.

To their credit, they have taken steps to remedy the last item on that list, but they did so only after 4 members left taking three states with them. To make things worse, the two additions they made were done out of desperation rather than foresight. Predictably, they have been unmitigated disasters. These schools have brought terrible football, terrible basketball, terrible academics, terrible fan support, and they have made a mockery of the conference in terms of having a shared culture or cohesive footprint...and it's STILL the smallest in terms of member institutions and overall enrollment. For crying out loud...when you have four schools out of ten in Texas alone, you wouldn't think that one of the schools would have to be 900 miles away from it's closest compatriot...but you'd be wrong.

A case can be made for the SEC, PAC, or B1G being the strongest major conference overall...but the Big 12 is last with a bullet.
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Pretty much this.

Missouri is similar in a lot of respects to Kansas, Iowa, and Illinois. (I'm not really sure what Illinois has to do with this discussion, though.) The Big 8 was a great fit for Missouri with teams from Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Colorado. Those days are long gone, though.

Colorado and Nebraska are no longer in the conference. Half of the conference is now from Texas or West Virginia. The hapless leadership of Don Bebee drove 40% of the members away...to three different conferences. It's not like one conference made one school an offer it couldn't refuse. This is evidence of systemic problems in the league despite the way those left behind have tried to spin it.

If you meet an asshole in the morning, you met an asshole. If you meet assholes all day...you're the asshole. The Big 12 has met nothing but assholes for years.

Today, it's a dying conference with no identity, but it doesn't even seem to realize it. Of the major conferences, it's got the worst football, mediocre at best basketball, the worst academics, the worst geographic layout, and the most unbalanced power structure.

To their credit, they have taken steps to remedy the last item on that list, but they did so only after 4 members left taking three states with them. To make things worse, the two additions they made were done out of desperation rather than foresight. Predictably, they have been unmitigated disasters. These schools have brought terrible football, terrible basketball, terrible academics, terrible fan support, and they have made a mockery of the conference in terms of having a shared culture or cohesive footprint...and it's STILL the smallest in terms of member institutions and overall enrollment. For crying out loud...when you have four schools out of ten in Texas alone, you wouldn't think that one of the schools would have to be 900 miles away from it's closest compatriot...but you'd be wrong.

A case can be made for the SEC, PAC, or B1G being the strongest major conference overall...but the Big 12 is last with a bullet.
Where do you keep your trophies for best conference? Did you guys construct a building?
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Half of the conference is now from Texas or West Virginia.
Texas is a huge state with a big growth rate in the Sun Belt. That's the argument I've heard a lot of MU fans say about going to the SEC. I don't see the difference.


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The "bad football" argument has already been defeated by pulling up the Sagarin data showing there's zero difference in the cumulative ranking of all teams. Now you can argue about image, but quality of football is a myth.


I'm not certain how you argue "academics" here and as far as "fan support", only Nebraska football & ATM football were consistent big draws.
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Interesting article on the positive benefits for the SEC of adding Mizzou and A & M. I doubt TCU and WVA would have provided the same benefit:


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Texas is a huge state with a big growth rate in the Sun Belt. That's the argument I've heard a lot of MU fans say about going to the SEC. I don't see the difference.
If you were capable of following a linear conversation, you would know that the Texas comment was in response to Missouri being a cultural fit with Iowa, Kansas, and (for some odd reason) Illinois. Texas culture and West Virgina culture are not similar to Missouri...and those two states make up half of the conference. As such, the cultural fit argument doesn't hold much weight.


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The "bad football" argument has already been defeated by pulling up the Sagarin data showing there's zero difference in the cumulative ranking of all teams. Now you can argue about image, but quality of football is a myth.


I'm not certain how you argue "academics" here and as far as "fan support", only Nebraska football & ATM football were consistent big draws.
I know you worship Sagarin, but calling TCU and West Virginia quality programs on par with what you lost simply doesn't make it so. Massey has Mizzou #1 and TCU #49. West Virginia is #51.

The Big 12 has the fewest AAU members of any major conference, and all four schools that left are in the AAU.

Colorado has poor attendance, but Mizzou, Nebraska, and aTm have all been consistently top 30 nationally. Last year, Nebraska would have been second in attendance in the Big 12...so would aTm. Both would have trailed Texas. Mizzou would have been third behind Oklahoma.

Mizzou averaged 21,000 more fans per game than TCU and 12,000 more than West Virginia.

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Interesting article on the positive benefits for the SEC of adding Mizzou and A & M. I doubt TCU and WVA would have provided the same benefit:


http://espn.go.com/college-football/...sec%19s-muscle
That's shocking, I would've thought they'd all bag on them. It's funny though, last year all we heard was "Give Mizzou time, lets judge them 10 years in". Now they're declaring them a success after two SEC games. Hilarious.
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