- Jan 19, 2020
Here We Go Again
This past offseason has been no stranger to conference realignment talks, most of them being fans just speculating and debating on how the A10 should eventually realign itself.
As it would turn out, Oklahoma and Texas came out and decided they were going to join the SEC, a tremendous feat for any school, especially when it pertains to a primary focus to college football. When this became announced and real, all hell broke loose among the interweb. Everyone and their mother was now speculating on what should happen next.
Low and behold, a ripple effect would occur, and the Big 12 had a few openings to fill. Coincidently, the Big 12 decided to invite four new members, with a football focus of course, to join them out west. Those four are Cincinnati, BYU, Central Florida, and Houston. If you are keeping count at home, that is three schools from the AAC. Not only that, but those are the three big programs for the AAC, for football and basketball.