Twelve is enough for the Pac-12, putting the Big 12 in position to survive yet another round of conference realignment.
Big East football school officials will meet Tuesday night in New York City to discuss the league's future, and a Pac-12 official expects conference presidents in that league to decide by the end of the week if they want to expand again.
Twelve is enough for the Pac-12, bolstering the chances for the Big 12 to survive yet again.
Big East Commissioner John Marinatto says all the members of his conference are committed to staying together.
As the Big East tries to figure out a survival strategy, the Pac-12 is nearing a decision on whether it wants to stretch farther east.
When TCU athletic director Chris Del Conte was explaining his school's decision last year to leave the Mountain West Conference, he pointed out that it wasn't the same league the Horned Frogs had joined.
Two days after his Orange played one of the more storied football programs in the country, Syracuse's Doug Marrone wasn't surprised that the first question he fielded on Monday wasn't about the loss at Southern California.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has extended its northern reach, adding Pittsburgh and Syracuse. Now the question becomes, will the league stop there _ or keep growing to 16?
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Sunday that its council of presidents unanimously voted to accept Pittsburgh and Syracuse, a move that increases its membership to 14 and sends the Big East scrambling — again — to replace two of its cornerstone programs.