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My Final Answer on Big Ten Conference Alignment
We know the Divisions have been already set, and the league's current focus is on creating the schedule. Jim Delany has made this clear as well, saying to ESPN.
Big Ten Conference Re-Alignment
Jim Delany was unusually candid during The Big Ten annual meeting in Chicago on Monday.
Big Ten Expansion: Texas and A&M Meet Today, Can Long Time...
So what we have is the Big Ten, wanting to bring either Texas alone or with Texas A&M to the conference. although the programs are geographically distant, those institutions embody what the Big Ten stands for.
Big Ten and Pac 10 Expansion: Is Nebraska The New Linchpin?
Sunday was the day for two meetings of university presidents. The Pac 10 met in San Francisco, and the Big Ten met in Chicago. What was presented, could very well create a seismic shift to major c
Will Dee Hart Become The University of Michigan’s Next Football Commitment?
A Dee Hart commitment would not only be big for the University's future at running back, but it could also be a big commitment.
Big Ten Expansion, Why Stop at a Championship Game?
Here at Hail To The Victors Blog, we are all about the future. No matter how farfetched our theories may be, they are based with a modest amount of reality.
University of Michigan Imposes Self Sanctions on Football Program.
The University of Michigan's Football Program has admitted to Major NCAA violations for the first time in its 130 year existence.
I’ll Take Pitt if Big Ten Expansion Heads East.
In short I believe the Big East is a good football conference and a great basketball conference, which doesn't pose a threat to how the Big Ten does business, so why break them up?
How Big Ten Expansion Could Destroy The Big 12
With Big Ten Expansion being the topic of the day I would like to put my two cents in. I have been a Big Ten Expansion junky as of late. Hitting the message boards and reading the numerous articles broaching the subject.
The Soap Opera of Big Ten Expansion
That team being Notre Dame. But they need to show they are willing to expand to 16 teams, showing ND they may be left in the cold if they do not join.
What Can Dennis Green Teach Us About The Tea Party?
I have often wondered where was the Tea Party for the last eight years? You know the years where our Vice President actually said.
Come On Tea Party!
Paul Krugman wrote an article today, framing the argument for Financial Regulation Legislation. Krugman does a nice job showing the need for reform, giving examples why and so forth. But something in the article rubbed me the wrong way.
Was The Constitution Passed In a Sleazy Manner?
Rick Hertzberg of The New Yorker writes about the process behind the passing of the Constitution, and similarities to that of Health Care Reform passage.
An Open Letter To The Tea Party
What will you do? Will you continue to give out false information through Tea Party websites, like that of the Danville Virginia chapter of the Tea Party?
The GOP Never Wanted Health Reform
Ezra Klien wrote today about Former George Bush economic speechwriter, David Frum's commentary about the Republican approach toward killing Health Reform.
The GOP Fear Machine is Finally Defeated
No matter what you feel about the health reform bill, you should be ecstatic that the campaign of fear that is all too well known in politics failed last night.
Glenn Beck vs. Jesus
The Daily Dish, and Andrew Sullivan explores the backlash from Beck's comments about how people should flee their church if it preaches social or economic justice.
I Must Be Dreaming
Ezra Klien wrote a great piece in the Washington Post about Tax Reform. Apparently Ron Widen and Judd Gregg are coming together to try to tackle the complications of our current tax code.
The Senate Loan Shark Part Deux
The answer is an overwhelming yes. I actually called on Check into Cash in Cleveland Tennessee, it was one of our largest customers, when I was working for a transportation broker.
The Senate Loan Shark
Payday loans are short-term, high-interest loans - typically 400 percent on an annualized basis - to help borrowers cover expenses until their next paycheck.
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