As I wrote about on Thursday, the realignment mill in college football has begun to spin again and the usual suspects (the Big 12) are in the middle of it.
Except this time the Big XII is on the offensive.
In an interview with Warchant.com, the Chairman of the Florida State Board of Trustees Andy Haggard told the site that not only is the board interested in hearing what the Big XII has to offer, they recognize the school could be in a bad position remaining in the ACC.
"How do you not look into that option," asked Haggard. "On behalf of the Board of Trustees I can say that unanimously we would be in favor of seeing what the Big 12 might have to offer. We have to do what is in Florida State's best interest."
"With the SEC making the kind of money it does it's time to act," said Haggard. "You can't sit back and be content in the ACC. This is a different time financially. This isn't 10-15 years ago when money was rolling in."
Dan Wetzel tweeted this -- which is consistent what everyone is saying about the conference's intentions in regard to FSU, "Big12 source on whether league would be interested in FloridaState. "I can't imagine how we wouldn't be interested in FloridaState."
What do you all think? Is a move about to happen in the next month or two?