ESPN’s Jay Bilas Thinks The ACC Should Ask The SEC To Merge
Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports
During his appearance on Monday's SportsCenter, ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas suggested that the ACC should propose a merger with the SEC. Here's why... Good or bad idea?

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Filed Under: SEC Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Merge muh balls, Jay.
Reply2 months
Jay Bilas peaked with his performance in "I Come in Peace".
Reply2 months
Jay Bilas peaked with his performance in "I Come in Peace".
Reply2 months
desperation from Bilas.
Reply2 months
He's worried Duke might be left out.
Reply2 months
All this makes me think of is Moe Green telling Michael Corleone: "You don't buy me out! I buy you out!"
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Someone put out a tweet saying a source within the B12 is saying there’s talks of a B12 and Pac12 merger, but Kansas and Texas Tech will not be asked to follow.
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If the conferences all start to merge, they will become more powerful than the NCAA. It would likely spell the end of the NCAA.
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Four 16 team superleagues is all we need. Let the Championship games of all those leagues count as part of your 12 team playoff and have 4 at large berths from among the teams not in the superleagues.
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once the four 16-team superconferences are formed, they'll want to break away and form their own division, either as part of the NCAA or separate. That's 64 teams, and the playoff could be 8 teams: 4 conf champs and 4 at-large. Let the Sun Belt, C-USA, Mountain West etc. have their own division - much like FCS, Div II, Div III.
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No pointing in 'merging' if you're the SEC. Just gobble up the few good programs they have and leave the rest to die.
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No thanks.
Reply2 months
SEC: "Thanks, but no thanks."
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dude is an idiot
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