Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Colorado Track Fan, Nov 23, 2015.
Get the **** out of here with that nonsense.
Do we still get the PAC payout, kizla?
What do you not like about the concept of relegation?
Well, I would think that if you're in the P12 then you get paid p12 money. If you can't compete in the p12 does a school deserve p12 money?
SBNation did a cool feature on college football relegation a few years ago and they usually update it yearly.
Yeah... And Michigan with their 100,000+ capacity stadium should've been in the MAC when they were struggling.
I think this is a good idea for any conference. Kansas should be relegated for sure. Along with KSU. Why should someone like Houston not be able to move up?
Maryland and Purdue, out.
I also believe in relegation . . . based on cross-country standings.
I don't think they were in last place. Struggling is no the same is dead last place.
Now you are talking.
So, we're the Blackburn Rovers of the Pac-12.
Jesus save us.
Stupidest idea ever.
I think we should relegate you to Netbuffs
2) Academic peers
3) Inconsistency with other sports that deserve to be in the Pac
4) This isn't European soccer.
5) **** you
Also what if a team cheats their way to a better conference?
I think we should relegate this thread to the island.
Or buffscoop, where you have to wait 3 months for SCOOP because someone's iguana was sick.
Don't feed the troll
I like the idea of relegation, but not in college football or college sports in general. There is too much forced turnover in the lineups. But in pro-sports, it seems like a great thing as you wouldn't get teams losing on purpose to get better draft picks if it meant they would be relegated to a lower league. It would make the end of the season more exciting.
Speaking of that, are there not drafts in professional soccer?
Just ****ing dumb. Next
Excellent rational discussion.
CU and Stanford academic peers, LOL
So true. You should go back to talking about CU's one conference win per season and last place recruiting.
WTF is your story asshole? Why don't you go back to lammie central or wherever the hell you belong?
No doubt. There's no way Stanford is equipped to teach 28K undergraduates.
That's a legit point. Maybe an option is aggregate performance over five years. If you can't compete, then another school should deserve a shot.
I don't think most leagues have drafts. Euro clubs have their systems/clubs that run down to the youth level. Even then opposing clubs freely poach from another team's farm/club.
It's also very interesting that athletics is completely separated from academics in Europe. The clubs are actually pretty cool, well funded, community supported, etc.
Yeah, I think that's where that whole "highly selective" thing comes into play.
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