Games that should continue in the noncon - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Realignment ruins everything. That is the typical and typically warranted response to the last two years.
Realignment Today: What to expect from this week's Big 12 meetings in Kansas City; plus a few of the latest links regarding Big 12 expansion and ACC survival | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
The Big 12 spirng meetings are scheduled to begin tomorrow in Kansas City, Mo., and although the topics of conference realignment and Big 12 expansion likely will be kicked around plenty by the league’s athletic directors, presidents and chancellors, it seems like a safe bet to predict we won’t see anything like we saw a couple of years ago when former Big 12 commissioner Dan Beebe dodged reporters by ducking into an elevator to avoid talking to the media.
Charlie Weis shows national scope | KUsports.com
But it’s not too early to get a hint. Thus far, it looks as if the Charlie Weis recruiting net will more closely resemble Glen Mason’s than Mark Mangino’s.
War vet, Purple Heart honoree close to walking on at Clemson | CollegeFootballTalk
This is a pretty good story that started to come to light last fall. Looks like he's going to give it a shot.
FSU board chairman maintains there’s been no contact with Big 12 | CollegeFootballTalk
Two weeks after setting off a firestorm by both blasting his school’s current conference and openly flirting with another, Florida State’s Board of Trustees chairman continues to insist there’s been no contact with the Big 12.
The art of nonconference scheduling -- men's college basketball - ESPN
Nonconference scheduling is in many ways an art. Coaches have different philosophies and different restrictions and it can be an often-frustrating game.
College Football Roundtable: Will any ACC team defect for the Big 12? - Yahoo! Sports
2 opinions on the realignment prospects