Category Archives: Big Ten Expansion

Ohio State President E. Gordon Gee Rips Catholics and Notre Dame, and What’s New?
May 30, 2013

by Kent Sterling I’m an Irish Catholic, and I could give a damn what the presider of The Ohio State University thinks about the Irish, Catholics, or Notre Dame.  He’s a pedantic administrator who has decided he’s clever because he’s the king of a puny hill. Of course, E. Gordon Gee isn’t clever, funny, or […]

Big Ten Expansion – Texas Will Eventually Move to the Big Ten
April 11, 2013

by Kent Sterling Physics is impossible to resist, and consistent gravity drawing the University of Texas to the Big Ten.  Commissioner Jim Delany will announce the expansion of the conference to 16 teams within the next three years, and Texas will be the 15th member. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter What will happen […]

Mike Rice Will Be Fired Today by Rutgers “Leader” Tim Pernetti
April 3, 2013

by Kent Sterling Doing what’s right doesn’t matter a damn to most administrators, and Rutgers athletic director Tim Pernetti said as much yesterday.  The right thing would have been to fire basketball coach Mike Rice as soon as anyone with the authority to do so saw the videotape showing physical and verbal abuse the first […]

Fixing College Football – Kill the NCAA; Create a Super-Conference
February 17, 2011

by Will Carroll I hate cupcakes. Both kinds. Call me crazy, but I just don’t have a sweet tooth and hate foods that make me want more. I have enough of an issue with temptation as it is. It’s worse with the cupcakes that college football trots out in September. Samford? Stony Brook? Florida something […]

Big Ten Expansion – University of Texas and ESPN Reach Agreement
January 19, 2011

by Kent Sterling The University of Texas will receive $247.5 million of a $300 million guarantee over the next 20 years in exchange for allowing ESPN to create a network that entirely driven by Longhorn athletics – with some Texas high school football thrown in. Each year, there will be one football game and eight […]