Modified: September 22, 2007 at 10:19 am •  Published: September 22, 2007
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is is a short-term return at long-term expense. State needs to fill up those 60,000 seats when the renovation is complete. Moving games to Dallas is no way to do it.

Baldwin: OSU has home games scheduled with Georgia, Arizona, Washington State, Clemson, Air Force, North Carolina State and Tulsa. That's pretty stout. And there's a bonus. You play the game in the finest football facility on the planet, Jerry Jones' $1 billion stadium (forget the Cotton Bowl). And you don't play in West Texas. Care to guess the last time OSU won in Lubbock? Try 1944.

Tramel: From a competitive standpoint, it's a poor move. When you're trying to build a program, a home and home series, in which a 1-1 result is likely, is much preferable to a crapshoot that could go 0-2 or 2-0.


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