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The Catholic 7 basketball schools of the Big East are planning their departure from the rest of the Big East and with their departure, the best basketball programs left in the disheveled conference move on for greener pastures. The only … Continue reading
by Jordan Grove The SEC is set to add Texas A&M. That much is known but who will be the 14th member is still very much uncertain. Mike Slive and the SEC presidents have been as quiet as possible in … Continue reading
by Jordan Grove Lost in the shuffle of Jordan Jefferson’s arrest and the Nevin Shaprio confession, which is unleashing hell on the university of Miami, is the conference realignment discussion. Talk about Texas A&M joining the Southeastern Conference died down … Continue reading
by Jordan Grove With word coming out today that the Longhorn Network will not be able to broadcast high school games, it has temporarily calmed the rest of the Big XII. Yet, despite that ruling, the university of Texas still … Continue reading
by Jordan Grove According to the Sporting News, word is coming out that Oklahoma and Texas A&M officials may look at moving to the SEC because of the Longhorn Network. This is hardly surprising as there was widespread speculation last … Continue reading
by Jordan Grove This week the athletic directors from all of the Big East schools are meeting in Florida for their annual spring meetings. As one would expect from this conference, the big topic for discussion is expansion. Who does … Continue reading