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A Jersey Guy: AAC ready to pounce


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The Big 12 has two choices. 

It can re-stock, looking for inventory to replace Oklahoma and Texas,  rebuilding to at least 10 schools or it can make a major move and add two, four, six or 8 schools to reach the 16-team super conference level.

The Big 12 had a chance to expand a few years ago and chose to maintain the status quo, a ;move which was made from a position of strength.

That no longer exists.

Sources in the AAC say Aresco has been working the phones and the zoom  call network constantly for the past several days, putting together  a deal that will be more proactive, rather than reactive.

read more:  Sources in the AAC say Aresco has been working the phones and the zoom  call network constantly for the past several days, putting together  a deal that will be more proactive, rather than reactive

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2 hours ago, Coach Andy Mac said:

The Big 12 has two choices. 

It can re-stock, looking for inventory to replace Oklahoma and Texas,  rebuilding to at least 10 schools or it can make a major move and add two, four, six or 8 schools to reach the 16-team super conference level.

The Big 12 had a chance to expand a few years ago and chose to maintain the status quo, a ;move which was made from a position of strength.

That no longer exists.

Sources in the AAC say Aresco has been working the phones and the zoom  call network constantly for the past several days, putting together  a deal that will be more proactive, rather than reactive.

read more:  Sources in the AAC say Aresco has been working the phones and the zoom  call network constantly for the past several days, putting together  a deal that will be more proactive, rather than reactive

Judy MacLoud, are you listening?

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