After five years of relative stability following the ACC Expansion of Virginia Tech, Miami and Boston College, 2010 looked to hold a massive exodus of several college teams from their respective conferences. Many predicted that by the end of the summer, there would be 16-team super conferences consisting of all the major college football programs.
While there was significant change, the overwhelming change that many expected did not happen after last minute back room meeting saved the Big 12 from extinction.
Was 2010 the end or just the first cracks in the coming change of the college football landscape?
Rumors continue, athletic directors refuse comments, conference commissioners say nothing... but in all that is not said, there is no topic more discussed than the possibilities of conference realignment in college football.
Most will agree that something big will happen, but who will go where? Let us look at some of the possibilities.