Big East Schools Mad and Not Taking It Anymore
GAINESVILLE- The Big East conference is becoming a victim of conference realignment woes.
Seven schools in the conference have said they'd like to leave the Big East or at the very least, drop all of the schools with Football Bowl Subdivision teams, and keep the Big East name.
This comes after conference realignment has caused a high turnover rate of schools in the Big East leaving schools without FBS teams to suffer new schedules every year.
The schools looking to leave are St. Johns, Georgetown, Marquette, Depaul, Seton Hall, Providence and Villanova.
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