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High C
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
frick that whore. Keep her locked in her abode for the rest of her life.


Dr Rosenrosen
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
She needs to go back to school and learn risk-reward analysis.

We don't need to lock ourselves inside for a flu with a 99 percent plus survival rate!
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Oilfieldbiology
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
She’s getting absolutely roasted


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GetCocky11
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
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We are better than you you stupid, inbred, barbaric southerners


That's how I read it.


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SlowFlowPro
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Rapid tests for football players but not for the elderly in Ann Arbor or Columbus or Evanston, or for children & teachers in Bloomington or New Brunswick or Minneapolis, or for students paying for their education in East Lansing or Madison or College Park.


what in the frick


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redfish99
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
And TRUMP made it happen. She got herself in a bad way


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GetCocky11
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
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WI is a damn good academic institution


So is Florida. So is Georgia.


wutangfinancial
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
The ACC has elite academic programs the screeching soccer mom who wrote that is showing how mediocre the Big Ten is in education. Ironically they added Notre Dame this year to top it off

The ACC stands above the other p5 conferences for academics. It's not really close.
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OldmanBeasley
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So is Florida. So is Georgia.

Vanderbilt TYFYS


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lsurulz1515
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
twitter is giving it to her
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
Even if you strongly disagree with the Big 10’s decision to play football, how can anybody believe that today is a darker day for the Big 10 than the day the Sandusky scandal broke?


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RLDSC FAN
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
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how mediocre the Big Ten is in education.


You're being ridiculous


Fun Bunch
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
A different USAToday female reporter SLAMMED the Saints for holding their draft war room at "a brewery" that "anyone could walk into" without proper social distancing.

It was going to be at the Dixie Brewery. In New Orleans East. And its the size of goddamn airplane hanger, and it was inside a giant ball room.


boXerrumble
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
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For decades, the Big Ten has thought of itself as a different kind of sports conference, one that proudly touts the academic achievements and Great Lakes values of its like-minded, highly-regarded, internationally-ranked research institutions. The Big Ten wasn’t the SEC; it wasn’t the Big 12. It was better than that, and it was happy to tell you all about it.

As proof, one only had to look at the conference’s prudent August decision to shut down fall sports in the midst of the global pandemic. It was only natural that the Big Ten would follow the Ivy League, and that the Pac-12 would follow the Big Ten. It was a tough decision, heartbreaking and costly, but it was the right one.

That’s the Big Ten for you, concerned about science, medicine and safety. Let the football factories of the SEC, Big 12 and ACC (Clemson’s playground) continue playing; the Big Ten was doing the right thing looking out for its student-athletes, treating them almost no differently than the student body at large, and that was all that mattered.


LOL


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Epic Cajun
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
Not mediocre, but the ACC is probably better academically. The SEC isn't far behind (though I would say that they aren't quite as highly rated). The Big Ten isn't the Ivy league


RLDSC FAN
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
Agreed, but saying mediocre is pretty dumb


YF12
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Is that why one athletic department knew about and never stopped the raping of little boys, and another one knew about and didn’t stop the sexual assault and rape of gymnast, and one knew about and didn’t stop fondling of male wrestlers?



I mean the leftists love sexual assault

They riot to support them these days

She loved all those things
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wutangfinancial
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
They might have better ranked universities based on arbitrary factors that Newsweek chooses and the colleges manipulate but they aren't getting some elite education outside of a couple schools just like every Power 5 conference.


bootyswamper
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
became the sec

it just means more
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Dire Wolf
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
This type of article from the big 10 really turns on my southern pride. I can't stand how smug those fricks are

It's typically a Michigan writer complaining about the SEC paying players but the gist is the same
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