A radical path to conference realignment
Pitt and Syracuse are nowhere near the Atlantic Coast. TCU is not in the East. Texas A&M isn't in the Southeast. Colorado and Utah aren't near the Pacific Coast. The Big Ten has 12 teams, and the Big 12 has 10 (soon to be nine). If the names of college conferences no longer mean anything, why should we keep the current conference structures in place?
Other ways to organize college teams would make far more sense than what we have today.
Here are a few rough ...
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