3star_recruit Posted May 21, 2003 Share Posted May 21, 2003 I don't think anybody was expecting this proposal: "Gavitt's plan calls for a Big East confederation, two leagues under one flag with Tranghese acting as commissioner. Gavitt's plan calls for a Big East confederation, two leagues under one flag with Tranghese acting as commissioner. Under Gavitt's plan, there would be one eight-team, all-sports league made up of the five remaining football schools - Virginia Tech, Pitt, West Virginia, Rutgers, Connecticut - and Louisville, Temple and Central Florida. The second eight-team league would have the six remaining non-football Catholic schools - St.John's, Seton Hall, Villanova, Georgetown, Providence and Notre Dame - and two other additions - DePaul, Marquette, Dayton or Xavier." http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/story/85419p-78032c.html My thoughts: Under this scenario Louisville, Marquette and Xavier would most likely join the The Big East megaconference. CUSA could add Tulsa and Creighton and business would continue as usual. Interesting. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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