Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Notre Dame (kind of) joined the ACC officially on Monday, and to celebrate, festivities were held in New York because nothing says the ACC like Times Square and bus tours. But something went terribly wrong.
Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds recently offered opinions on a potential alliance between the Big 12 and ACC, the future possibility of games against Texas A&M and the difficulty of the Big 12's round-robin football schedule.
What about Cincinnati? The successful, committed football program has churned out winning seasons, has a storied stadium and continues to make great coaching hires, but was left behind in the Big East by Rutgers and Louisville.