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First things first: if you only read one conference expansion post among the 178 links below, read Panjandrum's Twelve Angry Men at BOTC.  You will not regret it.  I tried to blurb it but couldn't figure out which piece to blurb.

The expansion links are coming at us so hot and heavy that I had to break them out by topic. This issue is just exhausting.  But on the bright side, this links post would have had about five links if not for expansion.

MIZZOUEXPANSIONAPALOOZA 2010™

  • Summary pieces
    SI.com (Stewart Mandel): Notre Dame to Big Ten among 16 possible expansion scenarios
    Dr. Saturday: Stayin' alive: Three scenarios for Big 12 survival
  • Is Bigger Actually Better?
    Dr. Saturday: Wait: In conference expansion, does size equal profit?
    SB Nation: The Pac-16 and Big 16 Will Make Buckets of Cash. Or Not.
  • "Screw you guys, I'm goin' home"
    PowerMizzou: Powered Up: Calling the bully's bluff
    The Trib: Mum's the word on ultimatum
    The Missourian: No confirmation of ultimatum placed on MU
  • Pac-10 is the big dog right now
    SB Nation: How Pac-10 Commissioner Larry Scott Played the Big 12 in the Media
    ESPN.com (Bruce Feldman, $): Pac-10 commish Larry Scott puts heat on Big Ten expansion
    Burnt Orange Nation: Larry Scott, Kill This Deal
    College Football Talk: Pac-10 officials visited UT, A&M before ultimatum was given
    EDSBS: EXPANSION CATECHISM: THE PAC-10 EXPANSION Q AND A
    California Golden Blogs: Pac-10 Expansion Scenarios: Will the Conference Play, or Get Played?
    The Rivalry, Esq.: The Pac 16: Good for the Big Ten, Bad for College Football
  • Baylor begs for Big 12 Solidarity While Pleading for Pac-10 invite
    SI.com (Andy Staples): Bayllor's Kenneth Starr tightropes between Big 12 loyalty, not being left out
    Dr. Saturday: Starr report 'guardedly optimistic' about Baylor's fate in expansion shuffle
    College Football Talk: Baylor regent lobs 'corn shuckers' blast at Nebraska (!!!!)
    Dawg Sports: Are the Baylor Bears a Dealbreaker for the Pac-10's Expansion Plans?
    News 8 Austin: Baylor president responds to Pac-10 expansion effort
    The Ralphie Report: Baylor Actively Playing Both Sides of the Fence, Buff Fans Circling the Date 10/16/2010
  • Anything from the Big Ten? Anything at all?
    Post-Dispatch: Big Ten won't be rushed on expansion
    Black Heart Gold Pants: Texas Will Not Join the Big Ten
  • "Notre Dame was at the Big Ten meetings!" "No we weren't!" "Notre Dame in deliberations with the Big Ten!" "No we aren't!"
    College Football Talk: Notre Dame, Big Ten 'are very much in deliberations'
    Pete Thamel on Twitter:
    Talking to ND AD Jack Swarbrick. On deliberations with the Big 10: "That’s just not true."
  • Kansas comes to NU/MU
    SB Nation: Whither Kansas? What the End of the Big 12 and Pac-10 Expansion Means for the Jayhawks
    The Missourian: KU chancellor urges Nebraska to stay in Big 12
    Dr. Saturday: Kansas begs Nebraska to save the Big 12, for old time's sake
    KC Star: KU, Baylor urge status quo
  • The Big 12 and Big East screwed themselves a while ago
    Rivals.com: Big 12 blew it by eschewing playoff
    On the Banks (Rutgers): Nice going there, Big East
  • Other
    KC Star (Campus Corner): Big Ten Expansion: It Really Could Be More Than Athletic
    The Lost Ogle: Big 12: Six Feet Under?
    Denver Post: CU should join Mountain West, not Pac-10
    Maize 'n Brew: The Solution to the Big Ten's Expansion Problems: Make Pitt and Rutgers Merge
    Corn Nation: If the Big 12 Were a Ship, Would She Be Titanic?
    Tulsa World: Puzzling problem: Can the Big 12 fit the pieces together?

Mizzou Football Links

Other Mizzou Links

  • Mizzou Baseball
    SimmonsField.com
    : Mizzou Baseball in the MLB Draft
  • Mizzou Soccer
    MUtigers.com: [Incoming Freshman Dominique] Richardson Wins Athlete of the Year

Other

  • NY Times: SB Nation Expands for Fans, by Fans

Nothing to do with nothing, but I loved this post about the Dunning-Kruger Effect.