Report: Louisville wants out of the Big East
Louisville AD Tom Jurich has informed the conference that Louisville would like to join the Big 12 or the ACC, according to a report.
Well, if Louisville gets its way, the Big 12 may be expanding again in the future.
According to an ESPN report on the Big East's search for a new commissioner of its own, Louisville AD Tom Jurich has informed the Big East that it plans on leaving.
There remains a desire among some member schools to leave. Multiple sources with direct knowledge of their situations told ESPN.com that Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich told the Big East board of directors that the Cardinals want to be in the Big 12 or the ACC, opting for transparency by making members aware of his school's true intentions.Louisville was a candidate to become the Big 12's twelfth member but lost out to West Virginia. It seems that the school has not given up on its goal.
The report also says that while UConn has publicly maintained that it wants to remain a member of the Big East, privately it would like to join the ACC along with
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