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Maryland and Rutgers to Big Ten

Nov 18th, 2012 | By | Category: ACC Expansion & Realignment, American Conference Expansion & Realignment, Big East Expansion & Realignment, Big Ten Expansion & Realignment, Featured News, NCAA Conference Expansion & Realignment
University of Maryland Conference Realignment

The rumors started a couple days ago, that Maryland and Rutgers were being targeted by the Big Ten…with both schools expected to accept if invited. Rutgers leaving the Big East would be a given. But with an expected $50 million exit fee from the ACC and 60 years membership history, Maryland would have more to […]

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Conference Realignment: What’s Up Next?

Feb 17th, 2012 | By | Category: ACC Expansion & Realignment, American Conference Expansion & Realignment, Big 12 Expansion & Realignment, Big East Expansion & Realignment, Big Ten Expansion & Realignment, Conference USA Expansion & Realignment, Editorial, Featured News, Mountain West Expansion & Realignment, NCAA Conference Expansion & Realignment, SEC Expansion & Realignment, Sun Belt Expansion & Realignment, WAC Expansion & Realignment

The Recap: So the ACC struck first by adding Syracuse and Pittsburgh from the Big East. The SEC followed by adding Texas A&M and Missouri from the Big 12. The Big 12 then added TCU and WVU. And things seemed normal. Patterns remained intact. And we waited for the next, seemingly logical move. And then […]

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More Big 10 into New York Rumblings

Jul 25th, 2010 | By | Category: American Conference Expansion & Realignment, Big East Expansion & Realignment, Featured News

Things have been slow on the conference realignment front of late, a much needed break after all the Big Ten/Pac-10/Big 12/MWC moves from last month. But Big Ten commissioner Jim Delaney has recently been speaking about the New York market and the importance of the D.C. to Boston corridor. He isn’t saying that anything is […]

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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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Done Deal: Nebraska to the Big Ten

Jun 11th, 2010 | By | Category: Big 12 Expansion & Realignment, Featured News

Goodbye conference battles with Texas, Oklahoma and nearby state rival Kansas. Hello Penn St., Ohio St., Michigan and nextdoor state Iowa.As expected all week, Nebraska has accepted an invitation to join the Big Ten as it’s 12th member.Thanks to Omaha.com, You can watch the live stream of the Regents meeting at Huskers.com and the NET website.

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Yet Another Bunk Rumor: Texas & Texas A&M to Big Ten, Oklahoma to SEC

Jun 10th, 2010 | By | Category: Big 12 Expansion & Realignment, Featured News

Note that this rumor from Kansas City was probably in response to Texas A&M;’s interest in the SEC. KCTV5 in Kansas City is reporting multiple sources that as a result of the Texas and Texas A&M; meetings today, that both schools have opted to pursue the Big Ten. Such a move would not require Texas […]

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Seismic Day? Nebraska to Big Ten…Pac-16 Close…Big 12 to Fold?

Jun 9th, 2010 | By | Category: Big 12 Expansion & Realignment, Featured News, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment

It’s been a busy week for the Big 12 administrators. There is talk out of Omaha from some reliable sources, that Nebraska is set to leave the Big 12 for the Big Ten, and has reportedly received an invitation from the Big Ten. Even more interesting are rumors that because of the alleged planned Nebraska […]

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The “Tech Problem” Explained

Jun 6th, 2010 | By | Category: Big 12 Expansion & Realignment, Featured News

There has been something new introduced to the conference realignment vocabulary: the “Tech Problem”. So what is it, you ask? It’s a polite way of describing blackmail and extortion in Texas politics. But that’s just a generalization. When the Big Ten announced it’s plans to study expansion, there were two schools that they had in […]

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Pac-16, The Quest for Texas & The Benefits of Dissolving the Big 12

Jun 5th, 2010 | By | Category: Big 12 Expansion & Realignment, Featured News, Pac-12 Expansion & Realignment

When the first talks of another round of massive conference expansion started, we knew that one thing was for certain: Texas was the crown jewel. With all the recent rumors circulating, it appears they are still the object of desire. Pac-16?:In some past articles, I mentioned how Texas was the prettiest girl, and everyone wanted […]

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Big Ten Meetings Recap: November Date, Notre Dame and a History Lesson

May 18th, 2010 | By | Category: Big Ten Expansion & Realignment, Featured News

The Big Ten meetings had plenty of hype going into them as many thought the world would get their first glimpse into the Big Ten expansion plans. And a glimpse is what we got. What we got from Jim Delany today was a reaffirmation that the Big Ten will continue with their study and won’t […]

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