Kansas State and Kansas tied for the regular-season Big 12 title, but that doesn’t mean they feel very good about themselves entering the league tournament.
Lawyers for the University of West Virginia plan to ask a Rhode Island judge to dismiss a
breach-of-contract lawsuit filed by the Big East after the university sued the conference in a bid to make a quick exit for
the Big 12.
Interim Big 12 Commissioner Chuck Neinas says he expects West Virginia to start play in the conference next season despite the Big East’s attempts to keep the university from a quick exit.
The Big East says it’s been notified the West Virginia Mountaineers are leaving the conference to join Big 12. But Louisville, which had been considered another possible departure will stay in the Big East.
A person with knowledge of the Big 12’s discussions tells The Associated Press that no decision has been made to add West Virginia to the conference, Louisville is still a candidate to replace Missouri and no decision about expansion is expected before next week.
A person with knowledge of the decision says the Big 12 has approved West Virginia to replace Missouri when the Tigers complete their move to the Southeastern Conference.
The Big East, which is losing member schools Pittsburgh and Syracuse to the Atlantic Coast Conference, says it is looking to expand.
UConn Athletic Communications – October 12, 2011 – Herbst Statement UConn President Susan Herbst “Conference realignment continues to be a very fluid situation as we have seen developments and new rumors nearly every day. It […]
Big 12 leaders have agreed to invite TCU to join the fractured league as early as the 2012 football season. TCU had been set to join the Big East next year.
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