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BCS Conferences

Posted on: October 2, 2009 5:29 pm
 

Ok, now I know we all speculate what it would be like if there were a playoff system implemented in NCAAFB, but no one ever seems to offer a plan.  Well here is my plan - devised by none other than myself.  I have done away with Sun Belt, C-USA, MAC, and WAC.  Lets be honest, those teams do not belong with the big dogs being USC, FLA, TX, OK, OSU and so on...

Midwestern Conference(name pending):

Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Colorado, Kansas, Baylor, Nebraska, Kansas State, Texas A&M, TCU, Iowa, LSU, Minnesota
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North East Conference(name pending):

Ohio State, Penn State, Michigan, Michigan State, Illinois, Wisconsin, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Louisville, Notre Dame, Northwestern, Purdue, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland
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South East Conference(name pending):

Florida, Georgia, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Auburn, Arkansas, Virginia Tech, Miami(FL), North Carolina, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Clemson, South Florida
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Pacific West(name pending):

USC, UCLA, Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, Arizona, Arizona State, Washington, Washington State, Stanford, Boise State, Hawaii, Utah, BYU, UNLV, Fresno State.
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With this layout, you are looking at a conference divided playoff bracket similar to the NCAABB with a few cinderellas from the lower division.  This year, your playoffs would look similar to this, with a few variances:

MWC - OK, TX, LSU, TCU

NEC - OSU, PSU, UM, CINCY

SEC - UF, AL, VT, Miami(FL)

PWC - USC, BYU, ORE, BSU

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