Poll of the Week: Thoughts on Louisville in ACC


How do you feel about the Cardinals' addition to the conference?

ACC planning no expansion now ... or in future


Commissioner John Swofford seemingly is ruling out ACC expansion

Mike Aresco failing to impact Big East


The new commissioner hasn't had much luck in strengthening the conference

Was Pitt's exit from Big East an easy one?


ESPN's ACC blogger says things weren't that bad compared to first round of expansion.

Notre Dame staying in Big East for 2013-14


The Irish won't be joining the ACC just yet

NYC reportedly still in play for ACC tournament

Despite neither Madison Square Garden or the Barclay's Center submitting bids, the ACC is still considering New York as a possible location for a future ACC tournament

The Big East as we know it is no more


With the defection of the Catholic Seven, things are looking a lot different in the conference.

Mike Tranghese: "Blame me"


The former Big East commissioner is once again putting his amazing powers of hindsight on full display. Fans of former Big East schools are yet again shaking their heads.

Catholic Seven reportedly starting new conference


Instead of joining the Atlantic 10, the former Big East non-FBS schools may try to poach teams from it

Big East Catholics Officially Leaving


The Big East's seven Catholic schools today announced that they are officially leaving the Big East.

Will Notre Dame and Louisville be in ACC by 2013?


The dismantling of the Big East could let both teams leave early.

Could MSG back out of deal with Big East?


The Garden apparently could have an out of their obligation with the Big East

Could Big East basketball schools jump to A-10?


The Atlantic-10 is reportedly open to the idea of expanding.

Is conference realignment killing rivalries?


On the heels of Jim Boeheim recently commenting on lost rivalries (specifically, Boeheim said people didn't care about rivalries anymore), Athlon came up with a list of lost rivalries killed by...

The ACC's missed opportunity


The ACC had a chance to add one school along with Pitt, Syracuse, and Louisville. They failed. West Virginia could have brought a lot to the Atlantic Coast Conference.

The ACC votes to add Louisville


The ACC voted to add Louisville this morning.

Big East Expands ... Again, with Tulane and ECU


Facing what could be an additional exodus of teams, the Big East added a couple of more members in time for the 2014 football season with the pickups of Tulane and East Carolina. Don't be fooled...

Louisville is the right option for the ACC


Sorry Connecticut, but Louisville has the best mix of football, basketball, and other factors to keep the ACC intact. The Cardinals should be the first and only option to replace Maryland.

Report says Boise State, others may leave Big East


Will the Big East suffer even more losses?

Maryland and Rutgers to the Big Ten?


The Terps and Rutgers are supposedly Big Ten bound. But while the ACC may lose a charter member, it won't be a huge loss for the conference. Even if they replace Maryland with UConn.

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