College Football's Realignment Aftermath: Renaming the New Conferences

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College Football's Realignment Aftermath: Renaming the New Conferences

The names probably won't change.

But they could. And they should.

When Penn State joined the Big Ten in the 1990s, the conference now had 11 teams. Yet they played on as the Big Ten. The Big 12 is down to ten teams. Will that change anything?

Here are a few ideas on what the affected conferences could start calling themselves. Let's clear up the issue once and for all.

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