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Maryland, the Big Ten and Performance Data

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It’s a tumultuous period for big-time college athletics. The conferences that have long defined Division 1 sports are under siege, some being re-constituted by the month. The highbrow SEC, Pac-12, Big Ten and ACC have been busy annexing schools outside their traditional geographies, fueled by the bonanza of cable TV payouts. And the Big East, just a few years ago the most powerful basketball conference, is now all but gone, functioning as little more than a spare parts store for the big dogs.

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