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The news that college football fans have been dreading since Saturday night became official Monday morning: It appears as though Maryland is headed to the Big Ten. The story was was first reported via ESPN.com’s Brett McMurphy. He tweeted the following Monday morning. Maryland's board of regents unanimously approves move to Big Ten, source tells @espn — Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) November 19, 2012 The news became official after an ESPN report on Saturday first brought to light the Big Ten’s plans to add Maryland and Rutgers as their 13th and 14th schools respectively. A decision was expected from Maryland Monday morning, and apparently it has come. Of course with the move we also have ourselves another round of realignment roulette, one which once again leave college athletics in tatters and the future of many schools uncertain. Welcome to college sports in the 21 century. Should the move to the Big Ten go official (there is still the problem of the ACC’s...
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The University of Maryland’s move from the ACC to the Big Ten Conference has been debated, discussed and analyzed. I have a unique East Coast perspective that I would like to share with you.
You see, I have been through conference realignment already. This year, my Alma Mater, the University of Missouri moved from the Big 12 Conference to the SEC…and I had some real issues with...
The University of Maryland Board of Regents voted unanimously to join the Big Ten Conference on Monday morning.
An official announcement is expected at 4 p.m. ET from College Park, MD.
Maryland still needs to officially apply for membership to the Big Ten and needs an affirmative vote from %80 of the current Big Ten members to be accepted. Maryland is expected to pass this vote...
As you’re no doubt aware at this point, the University of Maryland is metaphorically packing its bags, and leaving the ACC, which it helped found, for greener pastures in the Big Ten. It’s a move that surprised many, but at the same time, leaves just as many with the same feeling a nondescript four camera sitcom [...]