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Big East Likely To Remain Intact For One More Season; Catholic 7 Influenced Decision
Published February 8, 2013
WORKING ON THE DETAILS: ESPN.com's Andy Katz reports the Catholic 7 still are "negotiating their exit from the Big East and are far from finalizing a date to withdraw," though the exit is "likely for the fall of 2014." The league still needs to "lock in on a television partner ... and a commissioner." Sources said that Fox is the "leader in the clubhouse" for the TV rights (ESPN.com, 2/8).