Skip to comments.USC To Leave Pac-10, Will Join Axis of Evil Conference (Satire)
Posted on 07/01/2010 4:28:33 AM PDT by Bad~Rodeo
SATIRE Conference realignment has been the buzz word of the college football offseason and a huge source of confusion for most sports fans.
To sum up the recent changes: Colorado left the Big 12 for the Pac-10, making the Pac-10 actually the Pac-11 and reducing the Big 12 down to the Big 11. Then the Big Ten (which really had 11 teams) added Nebraska making the Big Ten effectively the Big Twelve and leaving the conference formerly known as the Big 12 with just ten teams. Then Utah joined the Pac-11 to make it the Pac-12 and we thought things were settling down on the conference shift front.
That is until the stunning announcement that USC will be leaving the Pac-12 conference, making it the Pac-11 again.
As of today we will be withdrawing our appeal of the recent NCAA sanctions and ordering all NCAA inspectors off our campus, stated USC athletic director Mike Garrett. We have instead decided to accept an invitation to become a member of the Axis of Evil Conference effective immediately.
According to Garrett, the school received a call from AOEC officials following news of the harsh NCAA ruling. It seems the group was looking to replace former AOEC member Iraq following the latters transition to a free society and was also looking to expand their evil influence into college football.
It seems like the perfect fit to us," Garrett said. "The AOEC has experience thumbing their noses at unjust sanctions from overbearing institutions. Theyve promised us that the puny NCAA will not be a problem and that it will be backroom business as usual at Southern Cal. Weve even discussed using their contacts to add a nuclear option to our offensive playbook
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You just don’t know when to quit, do ya?
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