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Big12/Pac10 Basketball Implications

Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by GoBuffs!!, Jun 7, 2010.

  1. GoBuffs!!

    GoBuffs!! Active Member

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    So all this talk about Conference realignment, the talk has been about Football, and I understand that is what is driving this, but what is this going to mean for Basketball, any ideas?
     
  2. NashBuff

    NashBuff CSU Knob-Slobberer

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    It would be tough on the basketball programs. UT, OU, BU, A&M, and Arizona twice a year plus UCLA and UW once a year.

    Even going to the MWC wouldn't be that much different.
     
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    GoBuffs!! Active Member

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    I think that playing the big boys is a good thing, I dont want to have a season full of CSU and Wyoming. I figured thats how it would be, plus possibly a extra day for a 16 team tourney. Think of the recruits that we could attract with saying that we play in the best league, possibly sending 12 teams to the NCAA's every year... I see this as a Win-Win senario, packed stadiums for good compition, great CU teams full of high quality recruits, and truthfuly with the new practice faciltiy, the upward momentium of the team, I think we can easily be a top 25 team consistantly
     
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    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Would make itharder to get in the Dance. Look at the Big East. As many bids as they get, it always seems they're shorted 1 or 2. Politics.
     
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    I would agree with the Big East being harder in many respects, but with the formation of super conferences, I really think it will end up being teams from the super conferences then the winners of the smaller conferences and thats it, thus making it a requirement to be in one of those conferences if you want a at large bid
     

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