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Traveling after realignment

Nebraska offers real example of the issues schools face in realignment

Updated: September 15, 2011, 4:13 PM ET
By Max Olson | HornsNation

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Of all the numbers that come into play as Texas weighs its conference realignment options, one of the most important will be 1,300.

That's the average distance, in miles, that UT would have to travel for road games against any team presently in the Pac-12. That's a big difference compared to the 481-mile average between Austin and its Big 12 opponents.

Sure, trips to outposts like Pullman, Wash., would not occur every year. Especially if, as one realignment ...

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