10/24 - Baylor @ Texas

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If Baylor can’t go, it throws a huge wrench in the B12 schedule. Texas’ bye week is 11/14, Baylor’s is 11/21. If the conference is hellbent on getting that game played, they’ll have to juggle several teams’ schedules to do so. I wouldn’t cement any viewing plans for the weekends of 11/14, 11/21, 11/28 or 12/5.


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If Baylor can’t go, it throws a huge wrench in the B12 schedule. Texas’ bye week is 11/14, Baylor’s is 11/21. If the conference is hellbent on getting that game played, they’ll have to juggle several teams’ schedules to do so. I would cement any viewing plans for the weekends of 11/14, 11/21, 11/28 or 12/5.


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They need to be able to play...I want to know which teams voted against playing a season. At this point, IMHO, this is getting interesting and I'd like to know if negative motivations to start the year are informing certain teams decisions.
 
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Which is why the Conference should have forced Texas to play yesterday so that they would have two bye weekends to reschedule BU vs them if needed
 
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If Baylor can’t go, it throws a huge wrench in the B12 schedule. Texas’ bye week is 11/14, Baylor’s is 11/21. If the conference is hellbent on getting that game played, they’ll have to juggle several teams’ schedules to do so. I wouldn’t cement any viewing plans for the weekends of 11/14, 11/21, 11/28 or 12/5.


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The conference should have had rescheduling contingencies in place ahead of the season. It shouldn't have been on our AD to try and put a game together on the fly. Really missed opportunity there.
 
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If Baylor can’t go, it throws a huge wrench in the B12 schedule. Texas’ bye week is 11/14, Baylor’s is 11/21. If the conference is hellbent on getting that game played, they’ll have to juggle several teams’ schedules to do so. I wouldn’t cement any viewing plans for the weekends of 11/14, 11/21, 11/28 or 12/5.
They restarted practice yesterday (Sunday). So it appears they are planning to play the game.

Of course we'll have to wait till Friday at 5 to know for sure.
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The conference should have had rescheduling contingencies in place ahead of the season. It shouldn't have been on our AD to try and put a game together on the fly. Really missed opportunity there.
^^^^ This. Beyond that the commissioner or a very small committee should have been granted the power to move a game, i.e. making texass play us last weekend if it kept 12/12 open in case a later game needed to be rescheduled.
 

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^^^^ This. Beyond that the commissioner or a very small committee should have been granted the power to move a game, i.e. making texass play us last weekend if it kept 12/12 open in case a later game needed to be rescheduled.
What doesn't make sense to me is that ALL of our remaining opponents were on a bye week yet we were unable to get a game rescheduled... It's not like they could blame travel arrangements not being possible right now...