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PHOENIX (AP) — The American Athletic Conference had five bowl teams, two that won 12 games and one big capper by Central Florida in the Fiesta Bowl on New Year's night.
With change on the horizon for college sports, American Athletic Conference Commissioner Mike Aresco wants everyone to know his league has the resources and the will to be included with the top football conferences in the country.
The big block blue A with a red star at its center is part of the rebranding of the new conference, which will begin competition this fall.
The football and basketball schools in the ever-changing conference announced Friday that they have agreed to a settlement that will allow the two sides to go their own ways on July 1.
The Big East is moving past damage control and toward finally finishing some important business.
The Big East conference is looking to add another school, and may sign a TV package that includes multiple networks, commissioner Mike Aresco said Monday.
Mike Aresco believes the conference realignment picture may be settling down, following the departure of the so-called Catholic seven basketball schools from the Big East and the decisions of Boise State and San Diego State to return to the Mountain West.
The Big East moved quickly to replace Rutgers and braced for more possible departures, getting Tulane and East Carolina to agree to join the re-invented conference in 2014.
Big East Commissioner Mike Aresco says support for adding a bowl game to college football's new postseason system has not waned.