Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by JimmyBuff, Jun 15, 2010.
awesome. make it happen bohn. :woot:
All of it friggin awesome - but you left out the best part... Nebraska gave one year notice (so they'd face the stiff penalty, CU wouldn't if forced out) and Nebraska was CONFUSED:
Translation: we didn't really read the bylaws before we signed them so you can't hold that against us...that sh*t is confusing.
Wrong. That is legal talk for eat ****, we're not paying any penalty.
I know CU isn't, but my point is that Nebraska likely will. Since when is ignorance a good legal defense? Plus, hard to argue that they made the move out of necessity when there is still a Big 12
My friend, if there is enough dough behind it, anything is a good legal defense. And that sucks.
I don't read NU's response as claiming 'ignorance at all. I read it as them saying that 'we may or may not have found a legal loophole and we're going to take this to court so you'd best reduce the amount we pay now or expect a long, costly drawn out legal fight". IMHO....its a great bluff on NU's part.
Nebraska's contention is that other schools, including Texas, were seeking offers from other Conferences so they moved to protect their interests. It will be a good fight over the money.
Hot damn. It just keeps getting better and better every day. Wonderfulness.
If true, our last Big XII season will feature possibly the WORST home schedule ever! K-State, TTech, ISU, Baylor. Seriously, is anyone excited for these? WTF?
The only saving grace, though its a long shot, is that we should have a decent shot of winning all four. But so much for getting excited to see certain opponents. At least we have UGA in OOC.
Yeah it sucks, but I prefer to think of it this way...this could be UT's home schedule EVERY OTHER YEAR! :lol:
baylor will be fun
I'm looking forward to baylor. Given our coach, I think a W is a 50-50 prospect. But quite frankly, I'd like to see some cheap shots on the field to match the cheap shots they took off the field.
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