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Big 12 expansion movement reportedly losing steam

The Big 12’s movement towards expansion appears to be losing some steam with one of its biggest proponents reportedly reconsidering the idea. Oklahoma president David Boren has been front-and-center when it comes to pushing for the league to add additional members but according to Pete Thamel of...
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