Big Ten expansion talk is heating up as university presidents are set to meet in DC this week. Many argue that the future of the Big East hinges on Notre Dame giving up its football independence and moving to the Big Ten. I think the Big East is doomed regardless of Notre Dame's decision. Football is the money-maker and football teams will find a way to join with other football teams in the future, leaving those who can't compete behind. Georgetown is in a very tough spot, with very little negotiating power. Where will Georgetown be in five years and who will be in its conference?