Most of the rumors this year about college football programs moving from one conference to another have centered around the Big Ten. But according to Rivals, the Pac-10 wants in, and the conference has its targets: Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Colorado. According to the report, the Pac-10 would “be split into divisions with the Big 12 schools joining Arizona and Arizona State for one division, and the remaining Pac-10 schools in the other.” Knee-jerk reaction? Hurry up and get it over with so the Big Ten gets shafted. We couldn’t be more sick of the greedy, boring-to-watch (well, in football; hoops is a different animal), entitled Big Ten. [KC Star; photos: Icon]
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