Week of June 10, 2012

June 14, 2012

Swarbrick sitting comfortably in BCS talks – Chris Emma, notredame.scout.com

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June 13, 2012

Q&A With Mark Emmert, N.C.A.A. President – Tim Rohan, NYTimes.com

FSU prez Barron’s outline for BOT realignment discussion – D.C. Reeves, Warchant.com

…Warchant.com obtained the two-page, bullet-point outline of talking points from Barron’s conference realignment discussion which took place during the BOT’s quarterly meeting at the Ringling Museum in Sarasota. Barron, Allan Bense, who was named the new Board of Trustees chairman on Friday, and former BOT chair Andy Haggardtold Warchant that Barron’s discussion was a matter of educating the trustees and no formal plans have been put in place to further analyze realignment.

“Of course any decision you make is on a whole host of things including comparing apples to apples, not apples to oranges on what the resources are like,” Barron said. “And so this board got a briefing on the apples and oranges and all of the different factors. We’re not seeking anything, we are not expecting anything, there are not any conversations are going on.”

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CUSA talk may wear on MTSU fans – Adam Sparks, The Daily News Journal

So Conference USA is still looking to expand its membership, as stated in an official release from the league office on Monday.

That means CUSA will remain an active player in the never-ending game of musical chairs in Division I athletics. And more specifically, MTSU will continue to be in play for a potential spot in CUSA.

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June 12, 2012

Swinney: Watkins likely to miss games, Bellamy could return, Big 12 is a bad idea for Clemson – Travis Sawchik, The Post and Courier

Dabo Swinney extremely agitated by Big 12 rumors: It’s affected recruiting – Pete Roussel, CoachingSearch.com

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