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Latest John Marinatto Items
The Big East on Tuesday hired CBS executive vice president Mike Aresco to be commissioner of a conference now in rebuilding mode.
The Big East begins its strange season of teams coming and going.
The University of Pittsburgh is going to court in hopes of expediting its exit from the Big East.
Big East Commissioner John Marinatto resigned Monday after less than three years on the job, admitting he was drained by several high-profile defections and mounting pressure from school presidents upset with the departures.
Big East Commissioner John Marinatto says his league "might be open to a discussion" about allowing Syracuse and Pittsburgh to join the Atlantic Coast Conference for the 2013 football season.
Memphis is the latest school to sign up for a spot in the new Big East.
Now that Navy has signed on to join the Big East as a football-only member beginning in 2015, conference commissioner John Marinatto needs just one more school to fulfill his desire of 12 teams broken into East and West divisions.
The Big East will hold a teleconference with Navy officials on Tuesday to announce the service academy is planning to join the league.
The Big East's transformation continued Tuesday when Navy accepted an invitation to join the conference as a football member starting in July 2015.