Morgantown, West Virginia - A settlement has been reached between West Virginia and the Big East that will allow the Mountaineers to exit the conference this year just in time for them to join the Big 12 and begin losing to teams like Texas, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State for the 2012 football season. Originally, the Big East had stated they would require a 27 month exit period before the Mountaineers would be able to leave the conference. Lawsuits and countersuits were then filed and things got heated. Cooler heads, however, have now prevailed and on June 30th of this year, the Mountaineers will be officially free to begin getting destroyed on the football field annually by the likes of the Longhorns, Sooners, and Cowboys. Delusional West Virgina fans are celebrating the news of the settlement, neglecting to stopping and realizing that if they lost to Syracuse and Louisville last year, how do the think they’re going to do against teams that are traditional top 10 powers. The Mountaineers first Big 12 schedule will feature matchups against all of the aforementioned teams, plus games against the improved Baylor and newcomers TCU, who, much like West Virginia, will be coming over from a complete joke of a conference. West Virginia fans are not the only ones happy about the move, however, as many Big 12 coaches are as well. Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said of WVU that “it’s always good to have a shitty team in here that you know you will beat the shit out of every year.” Texas coach Mack Brown is also onboard, saying “It’s a great move, ya know, always a great move when the University of Texas can have what is basically going to be another tackling dummy.” Even Kansas State head coach BIll Snyder chimed in with the message “I’m Bill Snyder! Welcome in, pussies. This ain’t gonna be like playing U-fucking-Conn!” So it appears that these coaches are extremely confident about their matchups against the incoming Mountaineers. But will the joke be on them come game time? Well, obviously not! The only joke bigger than the idea that West Virginia will win the Big 12 is their old conference, the Big East.