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  • #91
    People assuming TCU is going to storm through the Big East..they're not. The Big East is a grind on any team...you never see one team stay at the top for very long. And TCU isn't a huge national power full of 5 star recruits that will blow all the nor'eastern kids away. Especially when they lose Patterson, which is inevitable. They better hit a home run with his replacement or rather than dominating the BE they'll be scraps for the established teams.

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    • #92
      No one dominated the Big East for long because none ofthem are great programs. The Big East schools are simply not very good.

      Itll be a step up in competition for TCU, but they would have dominated it this year certainly. Well see how they do recruiting and building until 2012, but they're definitely a solid program in conference that is pretty weak.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by bearsfan_51 View Post
        I imagine there are probably more flight options from Dallas to cities like Cincinnati, Louisville, Milwaukee and Pittsburgh than there are to Cody, Reno, and Fresno.
        You don't have to imagine; there are. DFW is situated right in the middle of the metroplex or they could even charter a flight from Ft. Worth Alliance.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by Smooth Criminal View Post
          No one dominated the Big East for long because none ofthem are great programs. The Big East schools are simply not very good.

          Itll be a step up in competition for TCU, but they would have dominated it this year certainly. Well see how they do recruiting and building until 2012, but they're definitely a solid program in conference that is pretty weak.
          I agree that they'd have owned it this year. They have their stuff together, have a very good QB and Patterson would immediately be the best coach in the league. But whether they can sustain success, especially without Patterson, remains to be seen. Its not much different than past Big East teams that have hovered around the top 5 but haven't been able to stay there.

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