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The Big Ten mascots took a selfie in front of the White House [PHOTO]

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If you were wandering the streets of Washington DC, you may have seen all of the mascots of the Big Ten conference decide to pose for an epic selfie. The B1G is welcoming Rutgers and Maryland to their conference and what better way to show their affection? Who doesn’t want to see a Spartan, a…
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UConn returns a punt for a touchdown against the Pittsburgh Panthers

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The Connecticut Huskies took on the Pittsburgh Panthers in a Big East showdown. UConn up 10 to nothing when Pitt punted the ball to a Connecticut player (Nick Williams) who took the ball to the house for an easy 6 points. The extra point was made putting UConn up 17 to 0 making this game…
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The Longhorn Network thinks Texas A&M is in the ACC

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This is a screenshot of the Texas Longhorn Network and their programming guide that happens to mention Texas A&M University. They got some details wrong though. The description says: Longhorn Network presents a special on Texas A&M moving to the ACC. An old rivalry has come to an end. Anyone catch the error in that…
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West Virginia adds Big 12 logo to their field

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The West Virginia Mountaineers added the Big 12 Conference logo to their field after leaving the Big East Conference. The painting crews were spotted out on the field in Morgantown, West Virginia. The Mountaineers are definitely showing some enthusiasm about joining the Big XII. They’ve put up billboards and their coach shot a live musket…
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West Virginia put up a billboard welcoming themselves to the Big 12

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West Virginia is no stranger to putting up billboards for momentous football occasions. They already put up a billboard with the score of the Orange Bowl versus the Clemson Tigers as their speed limit on the highways. There is now a billboard welcoming West Virginia to the Big 12 Conference after leaving the Big East…
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