Podcast: On Rumors Of FSU To The Big XII, Finances And Future

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Florida State and Clemson leaving the ACC and jumping to the Big XII has been a hot topic of late. Hot enough for us to dedicate a podcast to the topic. So we did.

Joined by Allen Kenny of Blatant Homerism (excellent Oklahoma site), and Lou Ciaccia and Jim Myers of Tomahawk Nation, Ingram and I discussed the possibility of FSU moving to the Big 12, the pros and cons of such a move, etc. We also tried to separate facts from rumor, as there is a lot of misinformation going around about the whole process, what FSU would get if they were to move, etc. Also discussed are items such as the best way to position FSU to make the coming college football playoffs, how the revenue from the playoffs (and bowls) should be shared, etc.

This isn't an hour of Ingram saying FSU is definitely going and myself saying no, they're staying. It's analysis of the situation.

Those who are quite versed on the situation will enjoy the debate, while those who haven't really been following this saga should enjoy the info as well. It will get you caught up.

As always we would encourage you to subscribe to the podcast on itunes, by searching for TomahawkNation.com Podcast in the itunes store.

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