Big 12 Expansion Could Target Notre Dame, According To Report

Conference realignment fatigue has hit nearly everyone at this point, and even though the Big 12 has formally committed to its 10-member form, nobody believes it. Now Chip Brown of Orangebloods.com is saying the Big 12 would expand if they could land Notre Dame. The conference landscape is constantly shifting, and with each move the calculus seems to change, but every conference would probably love to add the revenue that comes along with Notre Dame athletics.

Fighting Irish rumors are always out there, and Eric Murtaugh of SB Nation's Notre Dame blog, One Foot Down, is growing apathetic to the process. If you interested to learn a bit more about the directions of conference realignment, be sure to check out the video from Shutdown Fullback embedded below.

For more on Notre Dame, stick with SB Nation Chicago. For additional information the Irish, head over to One Foot Down. For recruiting news and analysis around the country, check out SB Nation's college football recruiting news hub.

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