Big East Conference
The 2013 Tampa Bay Buccaneers came into the season hoping to ride a big offseason of moves into competing for the NFC South title. It’s safe to say though that the wheels have completely come off that ride.
Powered by former Northwestern High School quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, the Louisville Cardinals are the overwhelming pick to win the American Athletic Conference, formerly known as the Big East Conference, in 2013.
The remnants of the Big East Conference, which is now called the American Athletic Conference, is considering putting together its own bowl game and one of the mentioned possible locations could spark quite a conversation in South Florida.
The new Big East Conference, whatever it will be called, will play its game on CBS thanks to a new deal between the two entities.
Down to its third try and last chance, Miami came through.
The once powerful Big East Conference is but a shell of its former self after multiple teams have exited the conference, or chosen to stay in another conference. Now, the conference has to ditch a plan to have divisions starting next season.
The death rattle of the Big East Conference got a loud louder New Year’s Eve as ESPN.com is reporting that Boise State University will not join the conference and instead remain a member of the Mountain West Conference.
The seven Big East schools that don’t play FBS football have decided to leave the conference and pursue a new basketball framework.
The game of musical chairs in college sports conference realignment may have finally snagged another South Florida school.
The University of Louisville became the latest school to ditch the Big East Conference for the more stable ground of the Atlantic Coast Conference.