Texas' DeLoss Dodds says 10 schools the 'perfect' number for Big 12, but admits courting Notre Dame Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds knows the Big 12 can add expand. He just doesn't seem particularly eager to jump at the idea. Dodds, who has been at the helm of Texas athletics since 1981, told CBSSports.com's Dennis Dodd that the Big 12's current 10 ... 05/22/2012 - 7:17 pm | View Link
Texas Admits Courting Notre Dame For Big 12 (CBS SPORTS) - Texas athletic director DeLoss ... Big 12. Since then other ACC schools — Clemson, Miami and Virginia Tech — have been speculated as possible Big 12 targets along with Louisville of the Big East. “We could expand to some number ... 05/22/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Summit County leaders are reversing course on a proposed sales tax increase, promising Thursday that they won’t funnel any of the money raised to build a new arena in downtown Akron. County Executive Russ Pry also announced the tax increase — which will appear on the November ballot — wouldn’t be permanent as first planned and instead run for only 10 years.