MoMan wrote:I would hope that the last thing a Kansas fan worries about is what conference neighboring schools might move up into.
Every KU fan worries about their teams exposure, and worries more about their opponents exposure. That's gotta be the best part about a possible MU to the Big 10 deal.
I don't think a move to the Big 10 would benefit MU in regards to recruiting, rivalrys, etc..but they would get far more exposure in the coming years should it happen (with a team that's built to make deep runs in the Big 10 as it sits right now). Can you even imagine how bad their spread offense would make Iowa, Penn St, and Ohio States sulking defenses look like? The defense wouldn't even matter at that point. Not saying it would last, but at least for the next 3 years MU would easily finish top 2 in the Big 10...and we all know they get 2 BCS selections every year..one way or the other
What would those die hard KU fans use for slandering if MU went out and won a BCS bowl or two in the next few years? 2007? It'd be a thing of the past..
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