The Big Six’s presence on the American landscape is going to be a big deal.

The league has already begun working on a plan to move back to a 12-team format next season.

It’s likely to be the next big step in the evolution of the sport.

The league has been in the news for its failure to develop a new brand and for being unable to get any kind of sponsorship money for the product it has been producing.

The current format of the Big 6, where the Big 8, Big 12 and Pac-12 all play together, is being phased out by 2021.

The leagues will be joined by an expanded 12-club league in 2022, which will give them a total of 28 teams, but also allows for more flexibility to develop and market their own product.

That could lead to some exciting possibilities for the future.

But with the new format and new partners already on board, the league will have to decide how it will go about its next move.

The first question is whether it wants to move on to a smaller format with more teams.

A team that has been relegated could move up to the Big 12, or even to the Pac-10 or Big 12-Big East.

The Big 12’s commissioner, Bob Bowlsby, recently told Fox Sports’ Bob Ley that the league is in talks with the Big Eight and Big Ten to be able to bring in a new league.

The Big 12 could then join the existing Big Six, the ACC, Big Ten and Big 12.

“We are open to the possibility of having the Big East or the ACC or the Big Ten join the Big XII,” Bowlsper said.

“We have talked to a lot of folks and we are open for it.”

The Big Six has a chance to join the new league with the potential to have its own brand, as well as its own marketing and brand.

And while it might be hard to imagine a Big 12 team playing in the new Big Six (especially since the league’s membership is not huge), it is possible.

A new conference could be the best fit.

But there are other issues to consider.

One of the biggest is how the league would be able get new sponsors to the league.

According to the National Football League, there were nearly 1,800 active brands in the league at the end of 2018.

If there were more, they could help support a league that has only had one new team for five years.

Another problem for the Big6 is the lack of revenue streams.

The only major sponsor to come on board was the American Cancer Society.

If a new sponsor had to come in, the Big Four could have a hard time finding the money to support the league financially.

The current owners, the Dallas Cowboys, also have not been very successful in terms of building their own brand and sponsorship.

The only way the Big12 could get a brand out of the league and be in a position to attract new sponsors is to expand the league into a 12 or 13-team league.

A 12- or 13 to 13-person league could allow the Big4 to expand into the ACC.

But that would likely mean that the ACC would have to expand in order to join.

The ACC would likely have to move its headquarters to New York City or even Atlanta, Georgia, which would likely put pressure on the Big5.

The new league could also create some issues for the league, especially with regards to financial terms.

A league that can only offer a 12 game season in a given year, like the Big8 or Big12, could create issues in the short term.

The ACC and Big12 would likely need to be careful in their dealings with the league to ensure that they don’t get caught up in the current legal drama.

The NCAA has taken a lot out of its deal with the ACC and has had issues with it since the school joined the BigTen in 2011.

The same is true for the ACC/Big12, which is owned by the Big 4 and was also involved in a lawsuit with the NCAA that resulted in a $100 million settlement.

The other issue for the conference is the financial ramifications of moving to a 13- or 14-team conference.

If the league were to move to a 14- or 15-team version, the current Big 12 would have a new financial structure that would require it to raise additional money.

The idea of a new Big 6 conference could also have issues.

The conference’s current revenue is based on the 12-game schedule, which does not include the conference games that are scheduled for the following season.

The SEC’s current model of scheduling games does not allow a 12 team to play a 13 team in the conference title game.

In addition, the conference could have trouble with the SEC being able to pay the salaries of the players.

A player’s salary could be cut in half if the league moved to a 15- or 16-team model, which means that the salary cap could potentially