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Lack Of Smart Thinking In Conference Realignments

Last year, Nebraska left the Big XII to join the Big Ten, while Colorado left the Big XII to join Utah, who left the Mountain West Conference, to join the new Pac-12.

Recently, Texas A&M announced they will leave the Big XII, and are expected to join the SEC, and recent reports say that Missouri may be headed from the Big XII to the SEC as well.

We're still not done.

Pittsburgh and Syracuse are leaving the Big East, and going to the ACC.

Meanwhile, the remaining teams in the Big East and the Big XII are trying to salvage something their respective leagues.

All of this movement...is it a smart thing for all these conference, and schools, to do?

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2011 NCAA College Football Week Two Preview

As you might expect this time of year, there are not a lot of marquee games and only one matchup between top 25 teams (#3 Alabama vs. #23 Penn State). But there are still a lot of intriguing matchups that will start to tell us who are contenders and who are pretenders

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Is The SEC Targeting Missouri?

With Texas A&M announcing they'd leave the Big 12 next year, The Big 12 will be down to 9 teams by July 2012. 25% of the original members (Nebraska, Colorado, A&M) will be gone in less than a year. Could that number continue to grow? Could the SEC be targeting Missouri?

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Expansion Candidates For The Big XII

Now the Texas A&M has announced they will leave the Big XII by 2012, if they are accepted by another league, that would actually make that conference the Big IX.

Colorado left this year to become a member of the Pac-12, and Nebraska joined the Big Ten.

With nine teams, and with the possibility of losing another member, such as Missouri, the Big XII will be looking to expand.

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NBA Draft Results

There were no big surprises in the NBA draft last night. As many mock drafts predicted, Duke guard Kyrie Irving went first overall to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Arizona PF Derrick Williams was the next selection, taken by the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Hornets, without a first round selection, used their lone draft pick in the second round on Kentucky Center Josh Harrellson, then traded him to the New York Knicks for cash considerations.

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MLB Draft Is Even More Important For Smaller Markets

The recently completed Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft is an opportunity for franchises to stockpile talent for the future. But for smaller market franchises like the Pittsburgh Pirates, and Kansas City Royals, who rarely sign big-money free agents, it's even more important.

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