Exhaustive coverage of the SEC's expansion, including the hurdles to adding Texas A&M and the effort to bring Missouri into the fold.
Now that all the television contracts are signed, we can begin seriously talking about the legacy of the latest round of SEC expansion. Was it a good thing or a bad thing for the conference?
Idaho and New Mexico State might soon be forced back to the FCS. Is that really good for college football?
A crazy new conference realignment rumor has either the ACC getting stronger with Notre Dame or losing three members to the Big Ten and SEC.
We all knew that Missouri was joining the SEC. So did we learn anything from the official official press conference?
A new wrinkle in the convoluted conference realignment saga: The countersuit.
The wheels of conference realignment continue to turn, whether or not we really want them to. Here's the latest.
West Virginia is headed for the Big 12 -- eventually. What that means for the SEC's plans to add Missouri.
The SEC's Web page welcoming Missouri to the league accidentally became public late Thursday. It raises all sorts of interesting and troubling questions.
The SEC is definitely stuck at 13 teams for 2012? Nobody's told Mike Slive yet.
A look at where conference realignment is as of this evening. How the heck did Congress get involved in this again?
West Virginia and Louisville both want to go to the Big 12. It's not clear that either of them will actually get an invitation.
Reports have West Virginia moving to the Big 12 to replace the departing Missouri Tigers.
What does today's decision by the board of curators really mean? A very little.
You've got questions about Missouri's 'imminent' move to the SEC? Great; we've got answers.
Here we go. Missouri is expected to apply to the SEC as soon as the end of the week, according to a report in the New York Times.