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Published: Saturday, July 27 2013 12:36 p.m. MDT

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Sambonethegreat
Salt Lake City, UT

And another thing Stang. Go ahead and enjoy your fruitless Aggie-hating crusade. While you're whipping yourself into a frenzy and having aneurysms, I'll be enjoying some college football from ALL of the Utah teams. Two hundred bucks wagers I'll be a lot happier during the next few months than you'll be.

Good day to you, sir.

No Conference Will Take Us
SEATTLE, WA

PAC man

Breaking Notre Dame's contract with BYU certainly doesn't sound like the kind of commitment Swarbrick would walk away from lightly.

>>>>

Ask Michigan how they feel. Swarbrick walked away from that. They are/were way more tied together than BYU and Notre Dame. BYU would be better off making some kind of arrangement like Notre Dame did with the ACC.

talkinsports
Gilbert, AZ

no conference championships for U

"Ask Michigan how they feel. Swarbrick walked away from that. They are/were way more tied together than BYU and Notre Dame."

As far as being Independent, religiously-based, private schools, with strong football traditions and national fanbases goes, BYU is much more like Notre Dame, than Michigan, which is exactly the point Swarbrick was making.

BYU is already making informal scheduling arrangements with selected MWC schools, but it's doubtful that BYU would even want a formal arrangement where a road game in Laramie would even be a remote possibility.

As far as a formal scheduling arrangement with the Big 12 goes, I don't see any reason why the Big 12 would be interested in such an arrangement. BYU being invited to join the conference if/when the Big 12 decides to expand, is much more likely.

Stang08
Southern, UT

Just one thing Sambonethegreat. I don't care about what you have to say. It's as simple as that. No one here knows what they are talking about so why should I listen to any of you?

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