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Critics say Big 12 should have pushed ahead with expansion

The governor of Texas is leading a chorus of voices criticizing the Big 12 Conference for its decision not to expand. Gov. Greg Abbott tweeted his thoughts on Monday night, hours after the conference announced it would stand pat with a lineup of 10 schools. “The Big 12 owes a lot of people an apology,”...
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