Notre Dame will join the Atlantic Coast Conference starting next season, a year earlier than expected, following the split among the Big East’s football schools and seven Catholic schools that forming their own basketball-focused conference.
Notre Dame will join the Atlantic Coast Conference starting next season, a year earlier than expected.
University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst says the school will remain a successful athletic institution despite not being invited to join the Atlantic Coast
A person familiar with the situation says that the Atlantic Coast Conference’s presidents and chancellors have voted unanimously to add Louisville as the replacement for Maryland.
Rutgers is leaving the Big East for the Big Ten
and cashing in on the school’s investment in a football program
that only 10 years ago seemed incapable of competing at the highest
Maryland is joining the Big Ten, leaving the Atlantic Coast Conference in a shocker of a move in the world of conference realignment.
Notre Dame is leaving the Big East for the Atlantic Coast Conference in all sports but football.
Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun says he loves the Big East and would like the Huskies to remain in the conference — but only if that is what is best for the school.
The Big East, which is losing member schools Pittsburgh and Syracuse to the Atlantic Coast Conference, says it is looking to expand.
TCU says it will have a “major announcement” on Monday evening in what is expected to a move to the Big 12 Conference.