December 17, 2014
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) - San Diego State is planning to attend the Big East's meetings on Friday, but the school has been talking to the Mountain West about possibly staying in that conference rather than switching leagues.
Big East Commissioner Mike Aresco says he doesn't anticipate San Diego State will have a decision at the upcoming meeting in Dallas, but does expect the Aztecs to make up their minds in "a couple of weeks."
San Diego State has committed to join the Big East as a football-only member in 2013. The Aztecs joined along with Boise State, but the Broncos backed out last month and struck a deal to stay in the Mountain West. Now SDSU is looking into doing the same, but the MW has to decide if it wants the Aztecs back.
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