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You can't see! I can't see! All that matters is can the f*&%ing horse see! That's a raid!
Spurrier...I appreciate him plenty
''fair is not getting them same as everybody else, fair is getting what you need to succeed."
"Last summer I thought the league's dynamics had changed when we found out that 80% of the television deals were based upon football. For the first time in my lifetime Clemson was not at the back of the ACC bus. The Tobacco Road schools knew that Clemson and Florida State had control of the league and they were scared to death that the league could crumble if the Tigers or Seminoles left. Clemson and FSU had all of the power and all of the leverage. That power and leverage went away this week."
Clemsux has never had or shared "ALL of the power and ALL of the leverage" with FSU. Clemsux has always been looked upon as a program that would ride (or try to ride) the coat-tails of another more relevant program such as FSU. Clemsux has never shared "control of the league" or else it would have prevented this latest GOR deal. FSU had some power and leverage, but the EZZ has weakened its position, and the same has occurred for Miami, VT and BC. Delusions continue for the taters.
So, if it's such a bad deal for FSU and Clemtech, why did those schools go along with it?
And why had they not tried harder to get into the Big 12?
This post was edited by Kelso Red on 4/24/2013 at 12:17 PM
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