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College Football Realignment – Big 12 Courted by Colorado State, Houston, Memphis & UCF

Posted on 11 May, 2016, by in College Football

It seem inevitable now that the Big 12 (which has ten teams) won’t expand back to 12 teams in the near future. Memphis, Houston, UCF and Colorado State seem to be the schools most aggressively pursuing an invitation. More

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College Football Realignment – Notre Dame is Making Everyone Angry, or Simply Jealous

Posted on 28 Jul, 2015, by in College Football

The trendy thing to do right now for College Football head coaches is complain about Notre Dame not being part of a conference and playing one game less than the rest. More

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College Football Realignment – Big 12 Needs a Championship Game; Maybe Expand?

Posted on 8 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

The blow of being left out of the College Football playoff has the Big 12 in some sort of panic, which includes contemplating expansion and a return to realignment, which includes teams like Boise State, Memphis, Cincinnati and UCF being considered among others. More

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College Football Realignment – A New Day for the Big Ten & ACC

Posted on 1 Jul, 2014, by in Featured, NFL

July the first marks the first day of another round of realignment in College Sports and specifically in College Football, with most of the noise coming from those joining the Big Ten, Maryland and Rutgers, and also Louisville and becoming a full time member in the ACC. More

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College Football Realignment – Big 12 Adding BYU Doesn’t Make Sense

Posted on 25 Jun, 2014, by in NFL

The world of college football keeps changing, and further conference realignment remains an option. However, adding BYU to the Big 12 which is still a ten-team conference doesn’t seem to be something we’re going to see in the near future. More

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College Football Realignment – SEC Threatening NCAA With New Division

Posted on 31 May, 2014, by in NFL

College sports are changing, and in a way that will start bringing in money to the athletes. Now is a time of meetings and big decisions, with SEC, probably speaking for the five power conferences, threatening the NCAA with a split that will form a new division in college sports or at least football, as the affects of big money move from realignment to what possibly might be a completely new look for the sport. More

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College Football Realignment – ACC Not Changing Anything

Posted on 13 May, 2014, by in NFL

The moves and realignment in College Football over the last few years have made conferences change their schedule and though process. The ACC, like it’s “bigger sister”, the SEC, has decided to keep their conference schedule an 8-game one while slowly moving towards a tougher nonconference schedule, although it already doesn’t make much of a difference considering some of the annual rivalries most of their schools have. More

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College Football Realignment – Notre Dame & The ACC Tease

Posted on 6 Apr, 2014, by in NFL

There’s just too much money in it for Notre Dame to completely give up on being independent. They’re playing more against ACC opponents this season yes, but it seems that the big wave of conference realignments are over, with many waiting to see if the Fighting Irish finally make the unspeakable change of actually becoming part of a conference. More

UCF

College Football Realignment – Big 12 Thinking About UCF and Cincinnati

Posted on 15 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

Even though the Big 12 might not be the most stable conference among the major ones in College Football, there are powers trying to push for an expansion to big TV markets, with Central Florida and Cincinnati the likeliest of candidates. More

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College Football Realignment – Big Ten Want to Add Oklahoma

Posted on 25 Apr, 2013, by in NFL

The realignment in college football isn’t resting for a second, with certain conferences, like the Big Ten, on a constant prowl to add impressive pieces from shaky conferences. Next on their list? The Big 12, and specifically the most successful program in the conference, the Oklahoma Sooners. More