So let me get this straight, with even voter distribution - The ACC whose locations are in less and smaller markets, will have more impact than the AAC who have more varied locations and larger markets. I would think the conference that covers the most voting regions would have an advantage but that’s just me.Oh, good lord, you misinterpret, literally, everything that is said against your ridiculous arguments.
BEING a college football fan, the concept of being a fan, the actions of being a fan, are NOT a "packed good" simply because merchandise is an ancillary part of the process. My point was to show you that the "Orlando market" is not delivered to the AAC just because UCF has a campus located there. Schools from far away (Gainesville and Tallahassee) have just as much, if not MORE of a fanbase than the "home team" has. The "merchandise" is not there because the "marketing" is there, the merchandise is in store because the FANS are there in Orlando. Stop answering every point like a heel-dragging dope. It's not just Orlando people who "decided" to go to UF or F$U and move back to Orlando, it's that Orlando has more jobs than Gainesville and Tallahassee. Deal with reality and stop treating this like a childish marketing exercise.
As for what you know about Heisman campaigns...are you freaking serious? You do realize that the Heisman voters include former Heisman winners and...870 sportswriters, made up of 145 voters in each of 6 regions. You don't get extra voters because you live in a big city. So, no, I'm not going to put up 10 billboards in 10 AAC locations, that's ridiculous. That would have just as much impact on the voters as 10 billboards in 10 ACC locations. You just don't get it.
As for the AAC having "better recruiting areas", you have clearly passed into the zone of insanity. First, UM and F$U out-recruit UCF and USF in Florida. As for Texas, I don't care, we are not going to pull Texas recruits because they will get to play against SMU and Houston, because if they are the quality of players we need, they will go to Texas or Texas A&M. Or even Baylor or TCU. You seriously believe we would suddenly be signing Tennessee kids...because Memphis? Forget that, talented Tennessee kids go to Tennessee. Talented Ohio kids go to Ohio Taint, not Miami because because because we play Cincy.
Look, your nonsensical "marketing" and "streaming" arguments are getting tiring. I'm just about done with this. There is no way in hell that the AAC is, in any way, a better choice than the ACC.
Seriously, I wish you luck in your business endeavors, because if anyone ever pranked you by putting you in front of the UM Board of Trustees, you presentation would last all of 5 minutes before the entire room was convulsed in laughter.
And if you don’t care about recruiting Texas I don’t know what to tell you. Some of our best players came from Texas. I hang out with KDub on occasion and he still holds the record for fastest Cane from Roosevelt High School right over here in DALLAS.
But we can agree to disagree. Good luck to you as well.