What is the impact of the Big 12 moves on college basketball?
Posted Sep 22, 2021
The Big 12 presidents and chancellors voted to accept BYU, Cincinnati, Houston and UCF. What will the addition of a Final Four program in Houston mean for the men's basketball profile of the Big 12, annually one of college basketball's strongest leagues? Will the additions in men's and women's hoops help mitigate the forthcoming loss of Texas and Oklahoma?
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