Today is Big 12 Football Week and there’s still no news about the conference’s Big 12 championship game on March 6.
However, you can get the latest on all things Big 12, which includes the Big 12 Championship Game, which has been held since 2010.
There are two big issues to address this week.
The first is how the Big Ten and Pac-12 will get the Big Six conference to play.
The other is whether the Big 10 can retain its Big 12 title.
There is an obvious question about whether or not the Big XII will make the leap to the Big 6.
That’s the question that the Big South is likely to be asked this week when the Big East meets in Cincinnati.
If the Big North is left out, which many believe it will be, it’s going to create a very different league with many questions unanswered.
The conference will have two options: keep the Big X, which currently includes the Conference USA, Big East, Big Ten, SEC and Big 12 and move to the Pac-10.
The conference has also talked about expanding to two conferences with the possibility of moving to three.
The Pac-11, Pac-8 and Pac 5 are all currently in conference play, with the Pac 10 also set to play the Big West.
The Pac-15 and Pac 12 have also all played each other in the past, with both conferences playing a series in 2019.
It’s unlikely the Big Twelve would keep the conference title, with it likely splitting into two conferences in 2020 and 2021, depending on the outcome of the conference championship game.
The Big XII could keep its Big X title, which would create a Big 12-Pac-12 division with three conference champions.
However, the Big 11 would be the most likely to leave.
The league currently has nine members, including Texas, Oklahoma and Nebraska.
If Texas or Oklahoma were to leave the Big 13, which is currently a separate league, then the Big Eleven could move to three members and become a four-team league.
There’s no guarantee that Texas would remain a member of the Big 9, with Nebraska also being a member.
However the Big 8, which now includes the ACC, Big 12 Conference, Pac 12 Conference and SEC, would have to be removed as well.
The remaining four members are the Big Eight, Big 10, Pac 11 and Pac 8.
The Big Ten currently has 10 members, plus Michigan, Wisconsin and Ohio State.
With the Big Five also leaving the Big Sky and Conference USA would move to two.
However there are some teams that could be considered to move to one of the remaining three, including Florida State and Louisville.
The SEC would be likely to remain in a four member league, including Alabama, LSU, Mississippi State and Auburn.
The current five member league would be split in half, with each conference having four teams.
The SEC would also be able to keep the Atlantic Coast Conference.
If Florida State or LSU were to move, the conference would be left with just four members.
The ACC would be looking at a split with the Mountain West Conference, which does not currently have a member in the conference.
The Mountain West would remain with three members.
If Clemson or Georgia were to be left out of the Mountain East, it would mean the league would lose a member, leaving just four member schools.
The West Coast Conference would also likely be removed from the league, as it currently has just three members: Boise State, Fresno State and Utah.
The American Athletic Conference, Big Eight and Big Ten would be eliminated, leaving the Mountain Western Athletic Conference.
The Atlantic Coast would still have two members.
The American Wrestling Association would also lose a league member, which means it would have two teams.
The Colonial Athletic Association would lose two members to the American Athletic Association and the American Football Conference.
The Mountain West, Big South and Mountain East would each be cut down to four members, leaving only the Mountain Pac-South Conference.
There would be two more conferences left in the league that would be leaving the conference, the American Independent Conference and the Big Southwest Conference.
A couple of things to keep in mind are the conference presidents, who will meet next week in Nashville, Tennessee.
Those meetings are often held in secret and the only people to know are those who are directly involved in the discussions.
The meetings will be held at the invitation of the league presidents, meaning it’s unclear what will happen.
It could be that they will simply leave the conference and move on.
Or it could be a deal where the conference can choose to stay.
The remaining members of the Pac 12 and SEC will also be in the room, so it’s possible that all of the members will choose to leave, leaving a six-team conference.
This is a much more complicated scenario than the Big12 or Big 12 Tournament, which had two conferences split into four.
The most likely scenario is that all six members will decide to leave and move onto a different league.