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Kracka
North Carolina Fan
Lafayette, Louisiana
Member since Aug 2004
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How long before the NCAA Bans States that ban abortion?

You know its coming. They have banned states that opposed gay marriage, transgender bans.....You know they are going to try to, or outright ban states that outlaw abortion from hosting championships and tournament sites.
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JetsetNuggs
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Regardless of Roe v Wade, frick the NCAA


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TheWalrus
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Reread your title, it’s reversed


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Upperdecker
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Fix your title, it’s the opposite of what you mean


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Jcorye1
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NCAA won't matter much longer.


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tiggerthetooth
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I hope they try. Time to workout all of the knots in this country, from the activist corporations to the outright propaganda spewed in the media. Put their feet to the fire.


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VADawg
Atlanta Braves Fan
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I think they tried this in Florida with the tranny shite. DeSantis told them to go frick themselves with a cactus and the NCAA relented.


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mdomingue
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Member since Nov 2010
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Odds are that would mean banning the SEC states. Lets see how that flies


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SportsGuyNOLA
LSU Fan
New Orleans, LA
Member since May 2014
12259 posts

Why havent the SEC schools left the NCAA???

We don’t need the NCAA.

They need US.

It’s time to start putting pressure on the SEC to leave the NCAA.
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Tiger Prawn
Member since Dec 2016
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The NCAA would be wise to stay out of the political fray on this one. They could frick around and piss off enough SEC states to provide the motivation for those schools to breakaway and form their own league separate from NCAA.


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OU Guy
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NCAA couldn’t fight their way out of a wet paper bag. They failed on seeing NIL coming and not having a plan.

They try and its the final death punch for them.



Alt26
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breakaway and form their own league separate from NCAA.



That is an inevitability. Major college sports (i.e. football and basketball) are already becoming more and more like professional sports each day. NIL, which the NCAA REFUSED to acknowledge was going to happen, has set that into hyperdrive. The more money the schools and conferences get, the less they need the NCAA


Glorious
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NCAA we’ll see. But the NBA, MLB, and NFL are 1000% gonna move events out of states that exhibit wrongthink. Hypocritical douchebags


Enzos Tiny Pito
Colorado Fan
Member since Oct 2019
1175 posts

It'll literally be 1/2 the states I assume.

NBA will 100% do it for all star games and shite but I'd assume it'll be only like 4/5 teams they have to think about anyways.

NHL doesn't care about anything but putting teams in places that don't care about hockey


Enzos Tiny Pito
Colorado Fan
Member since Oct 2019
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quote:

That is an inevitability. Major college sports (i.e. football and basketball) are already becoming more and more like professional sports each day. NIL, which the NCAA REFUSED to acknowledge was going to happen, has set that into hyperdrive. The more money the schools and conferences get, the less they need the NCAA


The NCAA didn't want to deal with nil because they assumed it would he the absolute Shitshow it has become

It's not their fault the NBA and NFL have imosed age limits and refuse to viably fund minor leagues


Quidam65
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Member since Jun 2010
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Given the dubious economic "benefits" of sports events (whether recurring or one-off), if the NCAA wants to have liberal cities host them, let them suffer the increased tax burden.


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VirgilCaine
Alabama Fan
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Member since Dec 2010
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quote:

NHL doesn't care about anything but putting teams in places that don't care about hockey



Didn't anticipate this 100% correct NHL hot-take in this thread but here we are


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G The Tiger Fan
LSU Fan
Member since Apr 2015
90680 posts

I remember when Stony Brook canceled a three-game baseball series at Southern Miss because Mississippi wouldn't allow men in the same bathroom as girls. That was a ban that came from the government of the state of New York. I wouldn't be shocked if the NCAA eventually does something similar.
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TexasTiger08
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The NCAA thrives on states like Texas and Florida. Where would they host college baseball regionals if Austin, College Station, Lubbock, Fort Worth, Tallahassee, Gainesville, Coral Gables, etc are out of the mix? Add in Stillwater, Norman, BR.

Ditto for college hoops tourney sites. Places like San Antonio, Houston, DFW, Jacksonville, Tampa host quite frequently.


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gatorrocks
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So half the country?

Sweet. Do it. The NCAA will be even more irrelevant.


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