Conference Realignment: The 3 Biggest Losers When the Dust Settles

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Conference Realignment: The 3 Biggest Losers When the Dust Settles
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The super conferences appear to be a go, and it's join-while-you-can for some teams.

Texas A&M and Missouri will join the SEC.

Pitt and Syracuse will join the ACC.

It's rumored that Texas, Oklahoma, Texas Tech and Oklahoma State are a package deal for either the Pac-12 or the Big Ten.

If those four teams join either conference, it's widely known that the other conferences will add more teams. The Big 12 looks to be the conference that will lose the most, which might be the conference itself.

The Big East will have plenty of new faces, with Iowa State and Baylor already showing interest in joining.

With all of these new conferences, it's going to be very hard for non-conference teams to make it to the BCS Championship.

A playoff isn't going to happen for at least a couple more years. In the meantime, these conferences are going to be superior to every other team, leaving the "little guys" behind and diminishing any chance of a Cinderella...

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