Wow! Are you serious? Come on! Not again! Are you kidding me? These comments and more are probably being uttered by Boise State fans everywhere as they read articles like the one posted on ESPN.com today.
Brett McMurphy, Andy Katz and Dana O'Neil all had a part in the latest Big East update. The article states that the seven non-football playing Catholic schools remaining in the Big East are expected to decide the future of the Big East in the next 24 to 48 hours.
There are apparently a number of options for those schools, which include Villanova, St. John's, Seton Hall, Marquette, Providence, DePaul and Georgetown. One of those apparent options is to vote to dissolve the Big East Conference all together. The article states:
A source told ESPN on Wednesday that Temple, as a football-only member, has voting rights but can't vote on dissolution of the league. With Temple unable to vote, that gives the seven basketball schools enough votes to dissolve the league.
Will that happen? Maybe, but if it does, what do the Broncos do then?
Some might think it would be an automatic for Boise State to run right back to the Mountain West. However, there are other options, and with the way things are going, you never really know how it will all end up.
Let's take a look at five possibilities, and what it could mean for Bronco Nation.