When Is the Big Ten’s Biggest Rivalry Coming?
The Big Ten is going to be the conference that brings the Big 12’s conference title to Madison Square Garden.
And they’re doing it in a way that has to be applauded.
It’s hard to envision the Big East coming into the Big XII, which is a bigger conference, but if they get the chance to take that title, the Big 10 would have to drop a couple of games in order to make up for the difference.
If they’re in the mix and can get a No. 1 seed, they’re probably going to have to play the Big 11.
And if they’re a No, No. 4 seed, the SEC would have a chance.
It’s a very, very tough place to play.
And so this is a huge step forward for both conferences and the game in general.
The Big 12 has never been more dominant.
It has never had more conference championships.
The conference has never seen more conference championship games.
And the conference has always had a better record.
This is an opportunity to really build on what we’ve built over the last couple of years.
There’s a lot of great young players, and the players on the Big Board are very well-respected.
It will be a very interesting season.
It is a big opportunity for both the conferences and for the players.
If we win our first conference championship in 20 years, it will be one of the great sports moments in college sports history.
The first team to do that in 20 or 25 years would be a big step forward.
And there would be many, many great stories from both sides of the ball.