College Football 2011: How Big Ten Realignment Should Have Looked

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College Football 2011: How Big Ten Realignment Should Have Looked
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Perhaps no other move by a league was more widely ridiculed (with perhaps the exception of the NHL's Guardian Project, whatever that turned into) than when the Big Ten rolled out its new logo and division names:

Legends and Leaders.

It's bad enough the new logo looks like something designed by The Gap, but Legends and Leaders? Really? Were Division A and B not available?

Then there are the actual divisions themselves, which while they were interesting, left a lot to be desired. It was pretty obvious the league sold out in a chance to get a Michigan-Ohio State championship game and all the benefits that would come with it. I can somewhat understand the move, the league didn't want one division overpowering the other like the old Big 12. But it was still interesting

So with that in mind, here's how I would realign the Big Ten.

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