Not only would any G5 school accept a P5 invitation, I'd say that any G5 school would accept *any* P5 invitation. Hawaii to the ACC? Florida Atlantic to the Pac 12? Yes and yes. The difference in revenue is oceanic.Anyone would I think. The P stands for privileged
Haha. Umm, yeah, like everyone. Example was the school's effort four years ago with that farce phony "expansion" public consideration by the Big 8+4-2-2+2, oops, Big 12.Would Memphis try to go P5 if they got an invite?
Well I guess that settles it.Interesting point about Alie-Cox serving as an ambassador for the creation of a Rams football squad
Mo absolutely could've played basketball overseas. I'm not sure what that comment is supposed to mean. The NFL was a slightly more lucrative proposition.The hoops to TE thing is a very unique and limited phenomonon. Its really only recently that TEs became a serious parts of the recieving strategy. And it just fits well with basketball players who are on the big side but quick and strong because they can jump and have good hands.
Its a shame that a guy like Mo who was such a good player for us had no career in basketball but thats the nature of mid major hoops.
Interesting point about Alie-Cox serving as an ambassador for the creation of a Rams football squad
Complelty abandon moraility, like being a Christian school and hiring a guy who got fired for calling escorts on a school phone And then top it off by having a billion a year in income so they have plenty of moeny to throw at it.Maybe odui should get Liberty to tell them how to be successful at the FBS level in football without other sports programs suffering.
College football is a closed country club wiht high entry barriers to keep 100% of the pie in the hands of the p5, and anyone who wants to fight for scraps is foolish and wasting time.Not talking about ODU football. I am speaking about the sport of football.