I don’t think refusing to play them is the answer. That would only separate them from us even more.
G5s have to continue playing the power schools to show they can compete. Plus, who are we to turn down million dollar checks?
Do we start lumping CFB into a conversation about the wealth gap? Do some sports become an outlet for the wealthy, meaning a segment of the market (FBS) becomes so expensive that more and more of us simply cannot afford it, or don't want to pay the high $$ to get access? Seems like boxing is a lot like that already.
Is that a giant leap or not? sorry but wanted to make y'all think. Imagine a world where FBS (upper P5?) as we know it IS pay-per-view, and the only reasonable access for the majority is G5, FCS, or below.
"According to Jason Scheer of WildcatAuthority.com, Big 12 officials are going to meet with current Pac-12 schools Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado and Utah at some point this week."