23 May '11, 2am

Environmental Economics: A sports post only my co-blogger (a dang ...: I enjoyed my time in Greenville, NC too,

"I think it's going to be really interesting. We're going to learn an awful lot Sunday when we go to the conference meetings (in Ponte Vedra). We'll sit down for three days and that will be a big part of discussions. I think the thing we have to continue to look at as the Big East is what do we need to do to strengthen our program, strengthen our league. There's been a lot of talk about do you go from nine to 10, which I don't know how much sense that really makes, when the Big Ten left the model of 10, the Pac-10 has left the model of 10. Both of them more or less said 'This model doesn't work. Let's go to 12.' I think we have to look hard at it. Having TCU come into the league will add an awful lot of instant energy when you look at the success they've had right now as a program. It gives you a balanced schedule with four (home) and four (road). I think we need to look h...

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