RE: After the audit I doubt we'll ever see Ybu off the schedule. IMHO it was the religouslature saying: we're going to make life difficult for you if you do that. Most administrators aren't going to ruffle those kinds of feathers

Posted By: salUTE
Date: Wednesday 22 May 2019, at 11:46 pm

I understand what you are saying, and pointed out in my original post that if we were to "fail to acquiesce", we would have to be prepared for a political fight. It's just that I'm in favor of the political fight.

I realize that I am not the college president, or the athletic director, but I hope that one of them is willing to strap on a pair and take on the half-witted bozos from Orem/Provo.

If this is played out in the media, with the light of day shining on the story, there is no way the parochial interests of BYU overtake all reason, even in a state that has only now started to gain enough "Gentiles" to (finally) start to gain a LITTLE reason.

Let's PLEASE not assume that we are stuck playing these A$$4073s every year, home/away, for the rest of eternity without testing the actual limits!

We have a new president and a new AD. Even if the outgoing President and AD told them otherwise, they should not be afraid of a small private school in Utah County.
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