UConn is biggest loser in realignment

Friday, December 14th, 2012

Since we're on top of the people who are on top of things, we told you earlier this week about the likelihood of the Big East's Catholic, non-FBS football playing schools breaking away and doing their own thing. Now that it's happening, it is clear that there is one school which ...

Catholic schools gearing for Big East breakaway?

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

It wouldn't be a week in sports without rumors of conference realignment. This week is no different, though stunningly this time it involves realignment that may actually make an iota of sense. Blogger/reporter Mark Blaudschun is reporting that ADs and presidents of the seven* non-football playing members  of the Big East ...

Don’t Do It, Boise!

Friday, October 14th, 2011

The Big East was already a crap football conference before the 2011 season even began. Then Pittsburgh and Syracuse bailed for the ACC, and TCU decided they would rather stay closer to home in the Big XII than move into the Big East in 2012. I didn't know it was possible, ...

Missouri Is Using The SEC…Hopefully

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

  Missouri's flirtation with the SEC is just that, a flirtation. They know full well they'll never be able to compete in that league and are just using them to get the conference they really want to look at them: the B1G Ten. Check out the lede to this article from the ...

Your Conference Re-Alignment Update For 9/22

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

I swear this is the last one of these for the week. I'm writing some game previews for Thursday and my picks come out Friday, so to heck with this...after today. Missouri, you ignorant sluts The SEC, Missouri? Really? They must really want to be LSU or Alabama's girlfriend and hold onto ...

Your Conference Re-Alignment Update for September 20

Monday, September 19th, 2011

Pitt/'Cuse make the mediocre slightly mediocre-er The obvious news from Monday is that Syracuse and Pittsburgh both left the Big East for the ACC. Everyone knows this was a money move, since super conferences are coming, but there's no way this move really makes the ACC any better in football. The ...