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posted on 24 August 2012

From Lars Syl's blog.

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Michael, the Big 12 expands just as soon as Maryland wins their suit. Now if Delaney swoops in and offers two more schools from tobacco road to give Maryland allies it could be sooner. Past FSU, Clemson, and whomever else is left in the ACC the Big 12 stays at 10-teams. I just don't believe the Big 12 goes to 12-teams by adding SMU and Houston. Or Cincy and S. Florida, etc. One of those teams may end up in the mix to round out expansion, not to start it.

It's not going to matter anyway ... eventually, the SEC will have a scenario where two teams from each division will play during the season, it'll work out they meet again as #1/#2 in the SEC championship game, #2 will win and they'll swap places and meet a third time in the national championship.

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