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Does football hurt Huskies' Big 12 hopes?

UConn's terrific basketball teams and proximity to New York City would be attractive to the Big 12. But Jake Trotter wonders if those factors would outweigh the mediocre football program. Big 12 hopefuls

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

If UConn found a home for football, the Big East would seriously consider the Huskies for all other sports, according to a source with knowledge. The Big East would be a natural fit. So far the 10-team Big East only has all sports members, but doesn't offer Division I (FBS) football. UConn is in all sports in the AAC. If given the choice, the Huskies would want to be in the Big 12 in all sports. But the chances that offer ever comes is still too hard to predict now.

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