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A report from CBS Sports describes the ACC, Big 12, and SEC are considering a “plus one” approach to 2020 football: each school would be permitted one non-conference game along with their conference schedule. As […]
There are, best I can tell, around 150-ish people who are regularly around the average college football program, including players, coaches, sports medicine, and the administrative staff. Below is the Georgia Tech Covid-19 Risk Level […]
Ten years ago, the University of Colorado and the University of Nebraska left the Big 12 Conference, creating a domino effect across the college athletics landscape, before the realignment fervor largely settled in 2014. Since […]
Better late than never, right? Nearly four months later than expected, the 2020 MLB season is about to begin. The season’s first pitch will take place Thursday, July 23, at Nationals Park, when the New […]
The most recent era of conference realignment in college athletics settled following Big Ten and ACC expansions which moved the leagues to 14-members in 2014. These moves widened the geographic footprint of their leagues for […]
On June 11th, 2010, the University of Nebraska officially opted to leave the Big 12 conference and join the Big 10 (or B1G) instead, setting off a realignment chain reaction that left fans of schools […]