Big 12 Expansion: Clemson Meeting To Talk Conference Realignment

If the Florida St. Seminoles leave for the Big 12, they'll likely take along at least one other school from the ACC, so the prevailing wisdom goes. The Clemson Tigers have long been believed to be that additional party. While Clemson's denying they've been contacted* by the Big 12, its Board of Trustees is meeting to talk about the whole thing.

"We're getting the board together to share information," Clemson Board of Trustees president David Wilkins said. "There's no specific proposal we're going to be addressing. We're going to let everyone share options for the direction forward and share what information they have."

The latest round of reports have FSU, Clemson and three or so other ACC schools all reaching out to the Big 12 via secret mystery channels.

* Not necessarily a denial that Clemson has contacted the Big 12, of course.

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