Big East http://wfpl.org en Reaction to Louisville's ACC Move Positive Locally, Less So in N.C., Conn. http://wfpl.org/post/reaction-louisvilles-acc-move-positive-locally-less-so-nc-conn <p>So the University of Louisville is <a href="http://wfpl.org/post/james-ramsey-louisville-cardinals-honored-join-atlantic-coast-conference">moving its athletics programs to the Atlantic Coast Conference, </a>leaving behind the hard scrabbled&nbsp;Big East and heading toward Tobacco Road and such.</p><p>The reaction has been positive in the 24 hours or so since the ACC's presidents and chancellors unanimously invited UofL -- except in certain pockets, specifically in Connecticut and in parts (but not all) of ACC country.</p> Thu, 29 Nov 2012 17:54:15 +0000 Joseph Lord 2708 at http://wfpl.org Reaction to Louisville's ACC Move Positive Locally, Less So in N.C., Conn. Louisville Cardinals Stuck in Conference Realignment Turmoil, Again http://wfpl.org/post/louisville-cardinals-stuck-conference-realignment-turmoil-again <p>This week, Maryland and Rutgers bolted from the ACC and the Big East, respectively, to the Big Ten (or B1G, as they call it now).</p><p>Just like that, the appearance of a fragile peace among college athletics conferences shattered.</p><p>The re-arranging again jolted the University of Louisville -- not that the last round of conference realignment ended ideally for the Cardinals, stuck in a Big East whose football membership spanned from San Diego to Annapolis.</p><p>So where does this leave UofL? Searching still, it seems.</p> Wed, 21 Nov 2012 13:00:00 +0000 Joseph Lord 2578 at http://wfpl.org Louisville Cardinals Stuck in Conference Realignment Turmoil, Again