In partnership with CBSSports.com
Online Now 110
Online now 285 Record: 2683 (6/1/2013)
You have no favorite boards.
The most viewed topics.
The most replied to topics.
The most up-voted topics.
The most down-voted topics.
The most up-voted posters.
The most down-voted posters.
The most followed posters.
It seems to me that AB must have received some level of positive feedback from Ian/Star prior to the extension. Anyone have any inside info on this subject?
I would be surprised if realignment played a role in this. I think CAB is truly happy at Baylor, and really has no intention of leaving. Of course it always helps to have big boys asking to talk to you to help get bumps in pay....every year.
Same...I think it's more that he's found a home and he's happy.
Guys like that are intersted in working in a big-time league. I'm just of the opinion that we probably got a wink and a not from our guys that thing will turn out well.
Yep, seems to me that CAB fits at BU just like Teaff did. Personality feels like he's just part of the family and should be real real comfortable at Baylor. Him leaving would be like Teaff leaving it feels. This just verified it for me as not being on inside you never know for sure.
btw, have an old friend that grew up with CPB too and CPB seems at home too at BU at this stage of his life. Never know for sure tho but ....
Just an old Wacoan's observances .........
This post was edited by florda_mike 16 months ago
I didn't realize there was ever any doubt or questions about whether it would turn out well. Maybe I'm just naive, but I have not, for a second, been concerned about realignment this year.
I think Briles is comfortable in this setting and I doubt he lives his life with all the "what ifs" someone else can concoct just for posting. It took place and did not matter whether or not it was discussed here or elsewhere. He is a man of honor and integrity and goes about his life in a seemingly orderly fashion with definite desireable priorites established, without variance. I surmise that Art has a personal relationship with his Creator and Savior and his priorities stem from that, meaning he functions first as a branch of the Vine and his daily life follows.
I am good freinds with a few people who know him very well. They all tell me he loves Baylor and plans on retiring here. He feels he can build something really special here.
Well since the GOR was signed for 13 years, that ensured Baylor will be in a "big time" league during his entire career.
Well, I certaily understand that to be the case, my question was more to the issue of did he get some nod that we are sticking at 10 or hey "we'll be at 12 before long"!
247Sports In partnership with CBS Sports