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Big 12 Memo Shows Decision Not To Expand Likely Not Unanimous Among Member Schools

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 19 / 16

Even though the Big 12 "announced that its decision not to expand was unanimous," there were schools that only "ultimately agreed to go along with the plan when it became obvious the conference would not reach the supermajority needed to expand," according to sources cited by Brett McMurphy of ESPN....

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