WVU forced out of Big 12
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The board of trustees for the big 12 conference recently held a meeting about the school from Morgantown WV, to discuss the schools future in conference. It didn't take them long to decide that the Mountaineers no longer needed to be a part of the Big 12. A spokesperson for the conference told ESPN the decision was reached largely because of the fan base that WVU draws. "We don't want that kind of behavior taking place on the campuses of the prestigious schools of the Big 12 and none of the other schools fans have any desire to travel to Morgantown". "The Big 12 does not condone the cruel moronic behavior those people display and and we certainly don't burn living room furniture"! West Virginia University athletic director, Shane Lyons, told ESPN "this is completely unexpected. The university is extremely disappointed in the decision of the trustees! We have to move forward and get this figured out before the start of the 2017 football season"