College Football Realignment: What the 2013 Season Might Look Like

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College Football Realignment: What the 2013 Season Might Look Like
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Times are changing in college football

College football is changing, and teams who want to be part of big boy football better adapt to the change, or they will find themselves on the outside looking in.

There is no secret that the major universities in college football want to move to four super conferences and separate them from the NCAA. I love the traditions associated with college football, but let’s be real here. Wouldn't a playoff system be much better than having a computer figure out who should play for the national championship?

The only way the fans would be rewarded with a college football playoff system is if the universities separate from the NCAA. Some people still believe this will never happen, but I not only think it is going to happen, I think it is going to happen faster than people think. By the beginning of the 2013 football season, I believe the game of “musical conferences” will stop and the universities will have their “chair” to sit in or be left out of the game.

The most like scenario for college football is to have four super conferences made up of the Pac-12, Big Ten, Southeast and ACC. Each team will have 16 schools, and here is how I believe it will play out…

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