Ok, I do not know if anyone has noticed or not, but the SEC has released a schedule for the 2012 football season that includes Missouri. I also noticed that a judge in Rhode Island has recently denied West Virginia's motion to have the Big East's case against it dropped. Now it is my understanding that if the Big 12 falls below 10 teams, that the television contracts are null and void. It was also my understanding that if West Virginia cannot exit the Big East and join the Big 12 in time for the 2012 season, that Missouri would be forced to remain in the Big 12 until that time. So what does that leave the Big 12? Are we at the mercy of the courts and the Big East, or are we going to be able to hold Missouri back? If we get those television contracts cancelled, we are screwed and the Longhorns will be laughing all the way to the bank.