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Coach K wanted to make the ACC the best basketball conference in the land. By doing so he put the ACC in harms way. Read the below link it has some interesting scenarios.
Either this website doesn't exist or is not currently available.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Tim Adams 17 months ago
Unbelievable. I hope Pitt and 'Cuse are very very very very very very happy!
If I am Big East I would take them back in a heart beat.
Wow what a cluster....
LOL! It must be REAL bad for UC when they don't even make the "Left Out" list
When I saw the word "Dude" in there, I didn't really read it heavily.
How would everyone feel about this league?
Boise State (football only)
San Diego State (football only)
Navy (football only)
Can't get it to work
UCATS member since 6/12/13
I don't think that North Carolina will go to the Big Ten. So that leaves Georgia Tech and Virginia. The ACC is then three schools down. If this happens quickly, would the invite UCONN, Louisville, and UC? Maybe Friday night UC announces the move.
But what is the Big 12 thinking at this point? Frankly, I think UC is a better choice for the Big 12 #14 than Miami(FLA). However, it doesn't sound like the Big 12 is interested in expansion at this point. I did read one scenario that had Florida State, Clemson, Louisville, and Cincinnati going to the Big 12.
Lots of possibilities, but a this juncture only Maryland has switched conferences.
I could live with that arrangement.
17 teams... get rid of one (not us).
BYU as they are the only one not on board currently with Big East. If BYU came get rid of Navy?
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