Reactions to the latest round of conference realignment from around college athletics.
Syracuse's alternate 2006-07, this time in the ACC, brings about the same team led by Demetris Nichols and the same disappointing trip to the NIT
What if Syracuse had been added to the ACC back in 2004, instead of Virginia Tech? The 2005-06 season is replayed, without "OVERRATED?!" or Gerry McNamara's four miraculous days at MSG.
Syracuse didn't make it to the ACC when the league expanded back in 2004; but what if the Orange had been added originally, instead of Virginia Tech?
How would Syracuse basketball have fared in its first season in the ACC, had the Orange made the move back in 2004?
The University of Louisville joined the ACC Tuesday, a move that could serve as the decisive blow to the value of the Big East Conference and its men's college basketball tournament held annually at Madison Square Garden.
On Monday, the Big East Conference invited Tulane and ECU to join the league. A day later, Louisville bolts to the ACC. SB Nation New York's Jared Smith says from the beginning the Big East has been incompetent in its decision making.