Four ACC schools are reportedly “in talks” with the Big 12.
Morgantown, WV – Conference realignment talk is ramping up once again.
According to Greg Swaim of The Greg Swaim Show, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida State, and Clemson are putting plans into place to leave the ACC as early as 2025. With these moves, more ACC schools will look to leave, and a move to the Big 12 may be in the cards.
Swaim would add that Louisville, NC State, Pitt, and Virginia Tech have had “informal third party talks” with the Big 12.
BREAKING: #UVA and #UNC joining #FSU and #Clemson in plans to exit the #ACC after 2025-2026 for either the #B1G or #SEC. ACC has no other P4 schools to add, and #CardNation, #VT, #Pitt, #NCState have already had informal third party talks with the #Big12. pic.twitter.com/YbKttOWsk6
— SWAIM SHOW 📡 (@GSwaim) October 25, 2023
This would be huge for the Mountaineers as it would give them more confidence opponents in the same time zone.
Stay tuned to The Voice of Motown for updates.
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