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The Big 12 might not expand after all, but it technically didn’t promise it would

The conference’s July expansion announcement was carefully worded. Oklahoma president David Boren, who has been been quite outspoken for years about the possibility of the Big 12 expanding, is now reportedly leaning against expansion. Can confirm report, via sources, by @SIPeteThamel that Oklahoma, Boren now negative on Big 12 expansion, a potential game - changer. — Chuck Carlton (@ChuckCarltonDMN) September 27, 2016 This may seem like a drastic change of events from this past summer, when all signs seemed to point toward expansion, but there are a few reasons why expansion was never a surefire thing.
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