The week That Was (A look at the world of College Football)
I haven’t found any plan, or anything which suggests something is in the works.
But then I look at the name of Jim Delany, the most powerful man in college athletics, and a man who always has a plan in his pocket or in his head and I say: Why not?
With the Big 12 facing a “What do we do if we pass on BYU and can’t get Houston (more about that below), there appears to be an opening for the Big Ten and its ever forward thinking commissioner.
Delany’s master plan of diving into the South may have been thwarted by the Atlantic Coast Conference wrapping up its schools for the next 20 years, but the Big 12 is much more vulnerable.
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