Navy is going no where.
So the arrival Army and Air Force is no big deal.
Texas is out for Texas.
Texas may leave the B12(really 10) if it is best for them or the B12 may stay at 12.
What does Texas have to do with the AAC? Seriously, I don't understand why Texas is constantly thrown out as a problem starter.
Really(?), Texas looked at another conference once. And when they did...they weren't only looking for themselves...they were looking on behalf of four or five schools(OU, OSU, Tech, aTm, Texas). Since then...Texas hasn't looked anywhere else. So, I don't get where Texas is this constant moving threat. Or, how Texas is only out for Texas. If you remember correctly....aTm was the Texas school that struck out on their own...not taking one other Texas school with them....not Texas.
aTm, was also the originator of what turned into the Longhorn Network. The aggies dropped out of that deal on their own accord. Texas didn't force them out.
Also, Nebraska, Maryland, Rutgers, Missouri and Colorado...left conferences. Is anyone constantly bashing them because they were looking out for themselves? Louisville moved conferences for their own benefit. UConn and Cincy are both looking to move......So What? Who cares? Why bash these schools and why bash Texas? Oh...that's right...no one is bashing any of these other schools...it's just Texas. Give it a rest.
Conference movement is the song of the day. What is the big deal?
If bashing a school is so important...why not bash a school that doesn't do squat rather than the ones who seek greener pastures?
Now, back to the AAC.
How is the AAC going to add Army, Air Force, Colorado St, and BYU? Are they really going to 14, if they lose two schools? If, let's say, UCF and Cincy get called up......how is the AAC going to add schools now....when they couldn't get these schools before losing two solid members?
Plus, none of these schools have even shown any interest in the AAC.