Teams That Will Get Screwed By College Football's New Superconferences

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Teams That Will Get Screwed By College Football's New Superconferences
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Earlier this week, we discussed the changing college football landscape, and it's tectonic shift towards a relatively few “superconferences” over the next few seasons.

We've already seen the first signs of this change as Texas A&M has served notice of its intent to leave the Big 12 for the SEC, and Oklahoma is expected to make a similar announcement to take their talents to the Pac-12.

But as the BCS Automatic Qualifying conferences merge and consolidate, it's inevitable that there will still be programs “left out” of the entire process.

So who is going to be screwed over by the new topography of college football?

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