Big XII Conference
The wheels of conference realignment have been spinning for two years, but the University of Miami is trying to put a stop on any talk it may be kicking the tires on moving to the Big XII Conference.
Just as the rumors of Florida State openly flirting with the Big XII were starting to subside, Texas Christian University athletic director Chris Del Conte has fanned the flames and added two more schools to the list of schools looking at the Big XII.
Two of the most powerful conferences in college football have decided to have their conference champions meet in a postseason bowl game starting in 2014.
The wheels of conference realignment may not be finished spinning. Rumors linked Florida State and the Big XII all week, now the FSU board of trustees is saying school wants to hear from the Big XII.
The wheels of conference realignment may not be finished spinning. Rumors continue to percolate to the top that the Big XII may have its eyes on a very big prize, the Florida State Seminoles.
As the 2012 Bowl season heads down the final stretch, it’s safe to say that the best football in the country is played in the SEC and the Big XII.
While the Southeastern Conference was accidentally welcoming the Missouri Tigers to the conference; the Big XII Conference plucked another football power from the rapidly collapsing Big East Conference.
The Big East Conference has played host to the University of Miami among others and has a legendary basketball presence. But that may be about to change as the conference re-alignment jumble could put a death nail into the once flourishing conference.
The seemingly never-ending conference realignment dance has come to a screeching halt as the University of Missouri decides its future.
It appears that the winds of change in college football conferences are getting ready to hit hurricane strength.