I wouldn't worry about it much. TCU is not getting an invite from the Big IX. I have no idea who they'll add, but I know who it won't be. TCU and ND (who's name is being thrown around a lot, if they said no to the B1G, they surely won't be joining the Big IX). BYU I'm hearing a lot too, but I think they're starting to enjoy independence and won't be jumping on either.
I cant see why tcu would be asked, but if asked...theyd be foolish to not say yes. The fact that the bmw already has tcu, may be a good thing for them if the SEC balks at going to 14 or 16 now. But I would guess aTm landing spot and hopes can be ranked
3. something, anything god, anywhere else than...
4. the bmw
Yeah i really just wanted to make sure that we in the BE are covering our backsides incase something like this were to happen...what about ND leaving our conference as a bball school? do they pay any penalty?
The sentiments here in Houston run parallel to TM, TCU will not get an invite. The Big 12 does not want another Texas school. TCU should be making bg bucks soon enough that they would think twice about an invite.
I don't think SMU, or even Houston, are on the Big 12 radar. BYU, Boise St., and Air Force are the names I hear most, with Memphis as a longshot. Most of the Louisville talk is from Louisville fans.