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Conference Realignment Hits The Brakes – Conference News Timeline of 9/20/11

Sep 19th, 2011 | By | Category: ACC Expansion & Realignment, American Conference Expansion & Realignment, Atlantic 10 Expansion & Realignment, Big 12 Expansion & Realignment, Big East Expansion & Realignment, Featured News, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment

So the biggest news from yesterday is that the Pac-12 has opted to remain at 12. That alone will slow up any movement in other conferences. But it was quite an interesting day, with many twists and turns. To sum up the day, here’s a rough timeline of the conference realignment news: Timeline for Tuesday, […]

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Pac-16 Not to Be?

Sep 7th, 2011 | By | Category: Big 12 Expansion & Realignment, Featured News, NCAA Conference Expansion & Realignment, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment
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That seems to be the most recent update. Jon Wilner, the guy with the pulse on Pac-12 expansion, is reporting that Texas is more likely to remain in the Big 12 and rebuild. This falls in line with much of the earlier ideas about the future of Texas. In the ideal world for Texas, they […]

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Texas A&M and the SEC, Baylor Legal Threat, Big 12 Exit Fees and the Next Conference Realignment Moves

Sep 7th, 2011 | By | Category: Big 12 Expansion & Realignment, Editorial, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment, SEC Expansion & Realignment
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Now that Texas A&M has officially been invited to the SEC, the college sports world is preparing for what will happen next. But like any change, it is not without the unnecessary drama. And today’s drama comes from the clingy, about-to-be-dumped spouse, Baylor. Think of the Big 12 as some sort of kinky group marriage. […]

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Conference Realignment Dominoes Continue To Line Up…Ready To Fall

Sep 3rd, 2011 | By | Category: ACC Expansion & Realignment, Big 12 Expansion & Realignment, Editorial, Featured News, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment, SEC Expansion & Realignment
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* Pac-16 a possibility with Texas, Oklahoma, Texas Tech and Oklahoma St. * Big 12 survival plans: If no Pac-16 defection, Big East raid of 2-3 schools a possibility * Missouri as SEC #14 candidate would add 4th Big East team to Big 12 sights * Pac-16 defections from Big 12 likely means end to […]

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Pac-12 Lands Richest TV Contract

May 3rd, 2011 | By | Category: College Sports Television News, Featured News, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment

Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott put out a number, $300 million per year for all Pac-12 media rights, saying that unless a broadcaster hit that number, the Pac-12 would hold onto at least one of their prized chess pieces. And when Fox and ESPN came to an agreement with the Pac-12 on a contract for nearly […]

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Source: ESPN Won’t Pay for Pac-12 Football

Feb 17th, 2011 | By | Category: College Sports Television News, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment

Some interesting insights on the state of the Pac-12 football television contract negotiations. There are many who have felt that ESPN has had bottomless pockets and would lock up western conference to add to it’s stable. But apparently, that is not the case. Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News takes a stab at […]

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Pac-12 Division Alignment

Oct 20th, 2010 | By | Category: Featured News, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment

Many eyes have been on the Pac-12 divisional future. And it’s clear: it’s all about the money. Barring any last second lobbying, it looks like we’ll have a North-South split…and a California split: North: Washington, Washington St., Oregon, Oregon St., California, StanfordSouth: Colorado, Utah, UCLA, USC, Arizona, Arizona St. At stake will be a future […]

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Despite Critics, Pac-10 Moves a Win

Jun 17th, 2010 | By | Category: Editorial, Featured News, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment

Now that conference realignment has taken a break, you’ve seen a number of different media outlets give out their basic grades of all the moves, including this site. Joe Schad and Rod Gilmore did a segment on ESPN in which they gave out all their “grades” via a “winner” and “loser” column (click for video). […]

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Source: Utah to Pac-10, Announcement Could Come Wednesday

Jun 15th, 2010 | By | Category: Featured News, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment

A few conflicting reports already exist on the topic, but I posted on Twitter a few hours ago that Utah would indeed be the next member of the Pac-10. Sources claim that the school has met with Pac-10 official in California, and could announce as soon as Wednesday that they will be joining the current […]

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Conference Realignment Hits the Brakes With Logical Moves Made

Jun 14th, 2010 | By | Category: Featured News, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment

When the news first hit that Texas, along with Texas A&M;, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and Oklahoma St were considering a move to the Pac-10, the conference landscape shifts seemed plentiful. A sixteen school Pac-10 might be enough to trigger the Big Ten to follow suit, after their expansion to twelve with Nebraska. The SEC got […]

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