It’s funny how people who toss out antitrust complaints about the BCS and accuse the Big 6 of behaving monolithically in suppressing economic fairness don’t have much to say about the dog-eat-dog, every-conference-for-itself nature of Big Ten expansion and the dominoes that might be set in play as a result.
Here’s the sound of collusion from the former ACC commissioner Gene Corrigan:
“My hope is whoever starts it doesn’t do anything excessive. The idea of a 16-team conference just messes up everything. I hope that doesn’t happen. I just think it would be … it would end up being harmful to a lot of people.”
You’d think conspirators would get along better than that.