Lets Discuss Conference Realignment Big 12 Big 10 Pac 12 SEC
We know the offseason is slow, so here's a discussion about conference realignment. Not all topics discussed give a realistic picture of how the Big 12 will realign, but we figured it would make for a fun discussion, we hope you enjoy! This is just a dream scenario take everything we say with a grain of salt.
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