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Boise State on the Cusp of a Mountain West Conference Invitation?

Published on: 15th May, 2010

What the rest of the college football world has known for years, the Mountain West Conference has finally just picked up on: adding Boise State to your conference is a no-brainer! With the Mountain West brass getting ready to meet soon, the prevailing thought…or at least the prevailing rumor…is that the ...

NCAAF 2010: What To Do With Those Darn Conference Expansion Leftovers

Published on: 9th May, 2010

There is a conference expansion holiday coming for a select few lucky schools. Those schools - mainly due to residing in a large television market - will open their presents one morning and find “Delaney Claus” or “Santa Slive” has left them millions of dollars under their tree. As with every holiday fete, however, ...

The Rutgers Compromise

Published on: 4th May, 2010

Mentally, they have already packed their bags for the Big Ten. Physically, they would go ahead, and make the move if they could. Rutgers University and its fans seem to spend their days figuring out how to spend all their new found riches, courtesy of the Big Ten. A quick look at any ...

Big Ten Expansion Rumor Mill: Is Maryland a Candidate for the Big Ten?

Published on: 27th April, 2010

The Big Ten Conference has yet to reveal which dominoes it will tip over to get conference realignment started, yet everyone has an idea for what they think the Big Ten will do. If you are like me, initially you found all the conference expansion talk to be fun, interesting, and ...

A Big East Television Channel: Why Not?

Published on: 15th March, 2010

The Mountain West Conference was first. The Big Ten threw its hat into the ring next. Now the Pac-10 is mulling it over. For major college athletic conferences, it seems not having your own cable network is akin to being the only kid in high school without an iPhone. Even the SEC has its ...

Conference Expansion: A Look Into The Future Of College Football, Part 1

Published on: 9th March, 2010

Let's cut to the chase. We all know conference expansion in major college football is on the horizon, it is just a matter of when and where the dominoes fall. We all know why the conferences are looking to expand, so no lengthy diatribe on market appeal or academic fit will ...

For Notre Dame and the Big East, It Is Time To Fish or Cut Bait

Published on: 3rd March, 2010

It is time. Notre Dame has outlived its usefulness to the Big East. There once was a school of thought that said Notre Dame being affiliated with the Big East was a mutually beneficial relationship. That school of thought now receives a failing grade. For the second time in less than eight years, ...

The Big Ten’s Newest Member? The Red-Headed Stepchild.

Published on: 1st March, 2010

You can all stop with your speculation now. The newest member of the Big Ten Conference is none other than the infamous "Red-Headed Stepchild." For all the guessing and proclaiming we have done since the Big Ten announced it was considering the possibility of expanding, nothing has been more telling than Barry ...

College Football Conference Expansion: What if the Big 12 Acts First?

Published on: 17th February, 2010

Assume for a moment, if you will, that the presidents from the schools that make up the Big 12 Conference call an impromptu meeting concerning the possibility of losing a school, or schools, to the Pac-10 or Big Ten. At this huge roundtable event, the debate gets heated.  Texas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Colorado ...

Big Ten Expansion: Will a Potential NFL Lockout Expedite Expansion?

Published on: 16th February, 2010

Think about it for second. Who would really benefit the most from an NFL lockout in 2011? The answer is obvious.  The Big Ten Conference. While it may be a coincidence that the Big Ten is contemplating conference expansion on the eve of a potential labor-contract-dispute-induced lockout, you have to believe that Big Ten Network ...

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