Big Ten/ESPN divorce, Coach Cal vs. Coach Stoops & alpaca Loch Ness mystery solved

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It's okay, mommy & daddy still love you, but ESPN will be living with someone else for right now. Yes, the shocking split that no one (or everyone) saw coming– the Big Ten and ESPN are reportedly calling it quits, with the conference's Saturday slate reportedly to be split three ways between FOX, CBS and NBC by time-slot.

Dan Wetzel is joined by SI's Pat Forde & Ross Dellenger to dive deep into the ramifications of Big Ten football (and basketball) no longer being on the worldwide leader. They discuss why it's a good thing for the Pac-12, why it's bad for the state of college basketball and how Notre Dame should be feeling about the whole ordeal.

Later, Pat breaks in with news about Kentucky's John Calipari and Bob Stoops bickering over football vs. basketball exceptionalism in Lexington. (43:30)

The guys close out the podcast diving into a Loch Ness sighting that turned out to be more ordinary in nature & the Japanese man arrested for dating too many women. (51:10)

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The Big Ten and ESPN are reportedly heading for a divorce in the conference's next TV deal. The Big Ten will likely be airing Saturday games on a combination of FOX, CBS and NBC. (Photos by Randy Litzinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images;  Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
The Big Ten and ESPN are reportedly heading for a divorce in the conference's next TV deal. The Big Ten will likely be airing Saturday games on a combination of FOX, CBS and NBC. (Photos by Randy Litzinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images; Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)