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ACC, Big Ten, Pac-12 Officially Announce Their ‘Alliance’
© Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
In response to the SEC continuing to grow as the dominant conference, the ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12 officially announced their "Alliance" on Tuesday...
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“The football scheduling alliance will feature additional attractive matchups across the three conferences while continuing to honor historic rivalries and the best traditions of college football,” the statement reads. “In women’s and men’s basketball, the three conferences will add early and mid-season games as well as annual events that feature premier matchups between the three leagues.”
Full statement below. Thoughts?
(The Spun)
Filed Under: NCAA Football

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That's so adorable. We wish them well lol
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They can play an all conference schedule and still have weak as fuq strength of schedule.
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It wasn’t personal before…but now we are going to enjoy this.
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Clemson at USC 12 a.m. EST LOL!
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That's so weak haha.
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Unless these marquee matchups include teams with winning records, no one will give a crap about the alliance.
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If they figure out a way for the west coast public to get interested in college football again. There is a lot of money there
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Good luck with that.
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This probably all but guarantees the SEC steals Clemson and FSU. Maybe Ohio State and Michigan too.
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That's cute.
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Sooooo....Bigger means what? Still the same weak teams make up the vast majority of the alliance......Yawn!
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Well what the hell are they supposed to do? The SEC was already the best conference and the addition of Tx and OU just furthers that. At some point they have to align or become irrelevant.
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I think it's supposed to work like european soccer. Their best team will get promoted to the SEC for a year.
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Lol… bottom teams get relegated to pac12 and acc
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The 41 team Alliance has what? 6 consistent top 25 programs? Oregon, Washington, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Iowa and Clemson.
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Ah, the second rate conferences have formed a support group. That's sweet.
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Ohio State still the only team with a chance to win it.
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Lol at Big 12.
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That’s cute
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They scared
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