• Petitioned The Universities of Missouri and Kansas

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The Universities of Missouri and Kansas

Continue scheduling competitions between Missouri and Kansas in all sports

    1. Petition by

      William Byrne

In 2011 the University of Missouri switched conferences from the Big 12 to the SEC. While this may have hurt the stability of the Big 12 the move's sole purpose was to give the University of Missouri more stability and security.

The University of Kansas has stated that they do not wish to continue to schedule Missouri putting years of history and fierce rivalry, dating back to the cival war, in jeopardy.

On behalf of the fans and students of both prestigious universities, we ask that both administrations put aside their differences for the sake of tradition. Without each other, the histories of both institutions would not be as rich.

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    • Carrie Edmundson DREXEL, MO
      • almost 2 years ago

      This is the oldest rivalry in US collegiate history, it shouldn't be dismissed so quickly. It brought out the greatness of each University, I'm sure there was a good deal of money made from the rivalry which benefitted not only the Universities, but also the local communities.

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    • Timothy Coen BLUE SPRINGS, MO
      • over 2 years ago

      To see MU whoop up on KU in public venues and settings...

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    • quinn snyder COLUMBIA, MO
      • over 2 years ago

      because it serves me best

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    • jh wright LEAWOOD, KS
      • over 2 years ago

      No matter how great the sex is, if your wife leaves you for another man she can't expect to come back and get screwed every Saturday night.

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    • Joe Holt FULTON, MO
      • over 2 years ago

      Well over 100 years of traditon, far exceeds any conference. Keep the traditon.

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