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Here's a new little side project I've been working on.. (Read: Made up 2 hours ago) The 50 team NFL, which basically I predict the future of the NFL in a universe where they grow to 50 teams by the end of the century, and maybe add in some wild predictions about the future of the world while i'm at it. I might do one for the MLB/NBA/NHL some time. Apologies for length.

(Disclaimer, this entirely for fun and is in no way supposed to be serious)

 

ex= Expansion team

 

NFC:

 

NFC EAST:

Philadelphia Eagles

Washington Warriors (Formerly Washington Redskins)

New York Giants

Dallas Cowboys

Brooklyn Tigers (ex-2066, In 2042 Brooklyn broke away from NYC and grew into a big city itself)

 

NFC SOUTH:

Atlanta Falcons

Charlotte Panthers (Formerly Carolina Panthers)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

New Orleans Saints (STILL playing in the Superdome!)

Birmingham Spartans (ex-2028)

 

NFC NORTH:

Minnesota Vikings

Chicago Bears

Green Bay Packers (STILL in Lambeau, which is now the oldest building in the world still in regular use)

Detroit Lions

Iowa Reapers (ex-2024)

 

NFC WEST:

Los Angeles Rams

Seattle Seahawks

Arizona Cardinals

San Francisco 49ers

San Antonio Gunslingers (Ex- 2028)

 

NFC EUROPE:

London Monarchs (ex-2036)

Barcelona Matadors (ex-2036)

Berlin Galaxy (ex-2040)

Dublin Celtics (ex-2040)

Belfast Brawlers (ex-2066)

 

AFC:

 

AFC EAST:

New England Patriots

Buffalo Bills

New Jersey Jets (Formerly New York Jets, Giants get a stadium actually in New York while The Jets stay in NJ)

Miami Dolphins

Toronto Mounties (ex-2024)

 

AFC NORTH:

Pittsburgh Steelers

Cincinnatti Bengals

Cleveland Browns

Baltimore Ravens

Canton Bulldogs (ex-2066)

 

AFC SOUTH:

Houston Oilers (Formerly Texans, got the name back!)

Tennesse Titans

Indianapolis Colts

Raleigh-Durham Rebels (ex-2028)

Orlando Orbits (ex-2066)

 

AFC WEST:

Denver Broncos

Las Vegas Raiders (Formerly Oakland Raiders)

San Diego Chargers (Moved to L.A in 2018 but moved back to S.D just 7 years later)

Kansas City Chiefs

Oakland Condors (ex-2024)

 

AFC EUROPE:

London Jaguars (Formerly Jacksonville Jaguars) (sorry)

Glasgow Claymores (ex- 2024 as St. Louis Stallions, moved to Glasgow in 2055)

Paris Eiffel Towers (ex-2036)

Frankfurt Franks (ex-2040)

Moscow Huskies (ex-2075, after years of delay as a war between Russia and Ukraine delayed the stadium)

 

 

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Debating if I want to post my College Football realignment idea, thus solving all of the CFP issues.  But I'm also about 14 teams away from having a 64 team College Football Redesign done, that has easily taken me 16+ months, and would like to submit them as a group.  Decisions. 

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15 hours ago, CLEstones said:

Debating if I want to post my College Football realignment idea, thus solving all of the CFP issues.  But I'm also about 14 teams away from having a 64 team College Football Redesign done, that has easily taken me 16+ months, and would like to submit them as a group.  Decisions. 

 

Do what's best for you. I would be so curious about what you have in mind when it comes to conference realignment in major college football. I had one similar myself before.

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2 minutes ago, jlog3000 said:

 

Do what's best for you. I would be so curious about what you have in mind when it comes to conference realignment in major college football. I had one similar myself before.

 

I just dont know when I'll get around to finishing the last... 14 teams.  I made it a point so every team has a unique helmet/jersey/pants combination, in both striping and color combination, as well as unique font, and I made every team a traditional stripe pattern, as well as some sort of historical reference.  Its been a real pain in the ass.  Its probably taken close to 2 years, but I scrapped the first 8 uniforms and reworked them all.  But its a full rework... Location Maps, Playoff Scenarios, Footprints, Schedules, Team Placards... I probably made it more work than I ever should have.

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4 minutes ago, CLEstones said:

 

I just dont know when I'll get around to finishing the last... 14 teams.  I made it a point so every team has a unique helmet/jersey/pants combination, in both striping and color combination, as well as unique font, and I made every team a traditional stripe pattern, as well as some sort of historical reference.  Its been a real pain in the ass.  Its probably taken close to 2 years, but I scrapped the first 8 uniforms and reworked them all.  But its a full rework... Location Maps, Playoff Scenarios, Footprints, Schedules, Team Placards... I probably made it more work than I ever should have.

 

Makes sense. So it's understandable. But I just want to send you my best good vibes on that upcoming project.

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NHL realignment:

 

Far West Conference

 

Pacific Division

Los Angeles Kings

San Jose Sharks

Seattle Emeralds (1)

Vancouver Canucks

 

Rockies Division

Salt Lake City Rockies (2)

Colorado Avalanche

Calgary Flames

Edmonton Oilers

 

Central Conference

 

Great Plains Division

Winnipeg Jets

Minnesota North Stars (3)

Saint Louis Blues

San Antonio Bulls (4)

 

Great Lakes Division

Milwaukee Brewers (5)

Chicago Blackhawks

Detroit Red Wings

Columbus Blue Jackets

 

Northeast Conference

 

Near Northeast Division

Toronto Maple Leafs

Buffalo Sabres

Hartford Whalers (6)

Boston Bruins

 

Far Northeast Division

Ottawa Senators

Montreal Canadiens

Quebec Nordiques (7)

Halifax Mariners (8)

 

Atlantic Conference

 

Metropolitan Division

New York Islanders

New York Rangers

New Jersey Devils

Miami Panthers (9)

 

Mid-Atlantic Division

Philadelphia Flyers

Pittsburgh Penguins

Washington Capitals

Virginia Hurricanes (10)

 

(1) The Anaheim Ducks are relocated to Seattle and become the Seattle Emeralds

(2) The Arizona Coyotes are relocated to Salt Lake City and become the Salt Lake City Rockies

(3) Because of the relocation of the Dallas Stars, the Minnesota Wild change their name to Minnesota North Stars

(4) The Dallas Stars are relocated to San Antonio and become the San Antonio Bulls 

(5) The Nashville Predators are relocated to Milwaukee and become the Milwaukee Brewers

(6) New expansion team

(7) The Tampa Bay Lightning are relocated to Quebec City and become the Quebec Nordiques

(8) New expansion team

(9) The Florida Panthers change their name to Miami Panthers

(10) The Carolina Hurricanes are relocated to Virginia Beach and become the Virginia Hurricanes

 

How it works the schedule? Easy. Each team plays six times with the division rivals (18 games), four times with the other four teams of the conference (16 games) and two times with the rest of the teams of the league (48 games). 18+16+48=82 games!

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On 30/11/2016 at 4:57 PM, CLEstones said:

Debating if I want to post my College Football realignment idea, thus solving all of the CFP issues.  But I'm also about 14 teams away from having a 64 team College Football Redesign done, that has easily taken me 16+ months, and would like to submit them as a group.  Decisions. 

March Madness style tourney might be inevitable for NCAAF, though not soon.  Losers would relegate to conference play & regular bowl invites, while winners continue onwards home field advantage until Final Four as we have it neutral fields.

 

I would mandate 4 super conferences for that tourney based yearly on geography alone.  USC & UCLA top 2 in the nation?  Tough.  1 & 2 seeds in the Pacific/Western bracket.

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Since there's recent news of a possible NFL D-League in the near future... thought I'd share my idea.

 

  • AMERICAN CONFERENCE
    • EAST
      • Bridgeport, CT (New York Jets)
      • Nassau, The Bahamas (Miami Dolphins)
      • Providence, RI (New England Patriots)
      • Rochester, NY (Buffalo Bills)
    • NORTH
      • Canton, OH (Cleveland Browns)
      • Dayton, OH (Cincinnati Bengals)
      • Hershey, PA (Baltimore Ravens)
      • Wheeling, WV (Pittsburgh Steelers)
    • SOUTH
      • Beaumont, TX (Houston Texans)
      • Chattanooga, TN (Tennessee Titans)
      • Evansville, IN (Indianapolis Colts)
      • Savannah, GA (Jacksonville Jaguars)
    • WEST
      • Chula Vista, CA Anaheim, CA (San Diego Los Angeles Chargers)
      • Omaha, NE (Kansas City Chiefs)
      • Reno, NV (Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders)
      • Salt Lake City, UT (Denver Broncos)

 

  • NATIONAL CONFERENCE
    • EAST
      • Frisco, TX (Dallas Cowboys)
      • Lehigh Valley -- Allentown/Bethlehem/Easton, PA (Philadelphia Eagles)
      • Richmond, VA (Washington Redskins)
      • Trenton, NJ (New York Giants)
    • NORTH
      • Fargo, ND (Minnesota Vikings)
      • Grand Rapids, MI (Detroit Lions)
      • Quad Cities -- Davenport, IA/Rock Island, IL (Chicago Bears)
      • Racine, WI (Green Bay Packers)
    • SOUTH
      • Baton Rouge, LA (New Orleans Saints)
      • Daytona Beach, FL (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
      • Greensboro, NC (Carolina Panthers)
      • Macon, GA (Atlanta Falcons)
    • WEST
      • Flagstaff, AZ (Arizona Cardinals)
      • Long Beach, CA (Los Angeles Rams)
      • Portland, OR (Seattle Seahawks)
      • Sacramento, CA (San Francisco 49ers)

 

Edited by JH42XCC
UPDATED TO REFLECT THE CHARGERS RECENT MOVE FROM SAN DIEGO TO LOS ANGELES

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MLS Realignment:

 

1.) Eastern Conference:

 

1.1.) Northeast Division

 

Columbus Crew

Montreal Impact

New England Revolution

New York City Citizens (New York City F.C.)

NY/NJ MetroStars (New York Red Bulls)

Toronto Reds (Toronto FC)

 

1.2.) Coastal Division

 

Atlanta Silverbacks (Atlanta United F.C.)

D.C. United

Orlando Lions (Orlando City F.C.)

Philadelphia Union

Miami Fusion

Tampa Bay Mutiny

 

2.) Western Conference:

 

2.1.) Midwest Division

 

Chicago Fire

Colorado Rapids

Dallas Burn (Dallas F.C.)

Houston Dynamo

Kansas City Wizards (Sporting Kansas City)

Minnesota Loons (Minnesota United F.C.)

 

2.2.) Pacific Division

 

Los Angeles Galaxy

Portland Timbers

San Jose Earthquakes

Seattle Sounders

Utah Royals (Real Salt Lake)

Vancouver Whitecaps

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And Now My Alignment for the It's A Knockout Australia-America Challenge from 1985

 

AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE

NSW Division: Blacktown Barbs, Botany Bay Boomers, Hornsby Harriers, Newcastle Steelers, Nowra Noises, Penrith Panthers, Pittwater Pirates, West Sydney Slickers
QLD Division: Aspley Atoms, Brisbane Valley Deers, Jindalee Jets, Kingaroy Peanuts, Moreton Bay Muddies, Noosa Heads Niads, Redcliffe Rangers, Surfers Beachies, Toowong Gunners, Toowoomba Tornadoes
SA Division: Adelaide Heels, Cleland Reserves, Flinders Rangers, Glenelg Gladiators, Lofty Mountaineers, Mt. Gambier Gamblers, Riverlane Rabbits, Southern Wine Coasters, York Valley Raiders
VIC Division: Alpine All Stars, Coburn City Fliers, Diamond Valley Devils, Eastern Suburbs Eagles, Geelong West Coasters, Gippsland Gladiators, Golden Valley Greats, Latrobe Valley Shockers, Otway Rangers

 

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East: Bel Air (MD) By-Pass, Burriville (RI) Indians, Chambersburg (PA) Raiders, Culpepper (VA) Minute Men, Front Royal (VA) Wildcats, Gettysburg (PA) Cannonballs, Havre de Grace (MD) Warriors, Manassas (VA) Militiia, Putnam (CT) Clippers, Waynesboro (PA) Challengers, Westminster (MD) Bullies
Classic (You Need to make up the Team Names Yourself except 1 that we did): Bainbridge (GA), Banning (CA), Boulder City (NV) Superstars, Canton (IL), Keokuk (IA), Hannibal (MO), Marianna (FL), Peoria (AZ), Troy (AL)
South: Andalusia (AL) Blockbusters, Bogalusa (LA) Papermakers, Brewton (AL) Werewolves, Columbia (MS) Bombers, Covington (LA) Lions, Hammond (LA) Tornadoes, Long Beach Hurricanes (Lumberton, MS), Opp (AL) Bobcats, Picayune (MS) Pirates
West: Artesia (NM) Bulldogs, Bisbee (AZ) B-Hill Runners, Douglas (AZ) Desperadoes, Fort Stockton (TX) Comcanches, Lovington (NM) Wildcats, Monahans (TX) Lobos, Nogales (AZ) Conquistadores, Pecos (TX) Eagles, Portales (NM) P-Nuts

 

In Total there are 74 Teams split into 2 Conferences one for Australia (airs on Network Ten) and the Other for America (airs on ABC) all competing for a shot in the It's A Knockout Super Bowl in a 16 Team Playoff to determine the 4 teams competing for all the marbles.

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And Now the Alignment had the NFL had merged the WFL in 1976 after the announcement of the WFL-NFL Merger Occured on October 20, 1975

 

American Football Conference
East: Baltimore Colts, Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Philadelphia Liberty Bells
North: Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Houston Oilers, Pittsburgh Steelers
South: Jacksonville Express, Memphis Southmen, Miami Dolphins, Shreveport Steamer, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
West: Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, Southern California Sun

 

National Football Conference
East: Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins
North: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, St. Louis Cardinals
South: Atlanta Falcons, Birmingham Vulcans, Charlotte Hornets, San Antonio Wings, New Orleans Saints
West: Honolulu Hawaiians, Los Angeles Rams, Portland Storm, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks

 

If that happened the USFL will not exist but something happens in the new decade when the CFL Merged the NFL before the start of the 1983 Season with an expansion team in Mexico City as well in that year.

 

American Football Conference
East: Baltimore Colts, Buffalo Bills, Montreal Concordes, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Toronto Argonauts
North: Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Houston Oilers, Indianapolis Racers (moved from Philadelphia in 1982), Pittsburgh Steelers
South: Jacksonville Express, Kansas City Chiefs, Memphis Southmen, Miami Dolphins, Shreveport Steamer, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
West: Calgary Stampeders, Denver Broncos, Edmonton Eskimos, Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, Southern California Sun

 

National Football Conference
East: Dallas Cowboys, Mexico City Aztecs, New York Giants, Ottawa Rough Riders, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins
North: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Saskatchewan Roughriders, Winnipeg Blue Bombers
South: Atlanta Falcons, Birmingham Vulcans, Charlotte Panthers (was Hornets), St. Louis Cardinals, San Antonio Gunslingers (was Wings), New Orleans Saints
West: British Columbia Lions, Honolulu Hawaiians, Los Angeles Rams, Portland Storm, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks

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Following a Successful NFL-WFL Merger, The NHL Merged the WHA in 1977 with a New Alignment

 

American Conference

East: Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Washington Capitals
Central: Birmingham Bulls (WHA), Cincinnati Stingers (WHA), Cleveland Barons, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins
West: Edmonton Oilers (WHA), Los Angeles Kings, Phoenix Roadrunners (WHA), San Francisco Seals (Relocated from Minnesota - WHA)

 

National Conference

East: Atlanta Flames, Hartford Whalers (WHA), New York Islanders, Philadelphia Flyers, Quebec Nordiques (WHA)
Central: Chicago Blackhawks, Houston Aeros (WHA), Indianapolis Racers (WHA), Minnesota North Stars, St. Louis Blues
West: Calgary Cowboys (WHA), Colorado Rockies, San Diego Mariners (WHA), Vancouver Canucks

 

In 1985, The Phoenix Road Runners moved to Tampa, FL and Became the Tampa Bay Lightning however the NHL Expanded to Kansas City, MO (Blades) and Ottawa, ON (Senators) in 1990 and relocated the Cincinnati Stingers to Seattle, WA and Became the Totems

 

American Conference

East: Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Washington Capitals
Central: Birmingham Bulls, Cleveland Barons, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins, Tampa Bay Lightning
West: Edmonton Oilers, Kansas City Blades, Los Angeles Kings, San Francisco Seals, Seattle Totems

 

National Conference

East: Hartford Whalers, New York Islanders, Ottawa Senators, Philadelphia Flyers, Quebec Nordiques
Central: Atlanta Flames, Chicago Blackhawks, Indianapolis Racers, Minnesota North Stars, St. Louis Blues
West: Calgary Cowboys, Colorado Rockies, Houston Aeros, San Diego Mariners, Vancouver Canucks

 

Then in 1993 the NHL Continued with Southern Movement, The Atlanta Flames moved to Miami and Became the Miami Flames and the Indianapolis Racers moved to Charlotte, NC and became the Charlotte Racers, while 2 More Teams joined the NHL which led to a realignment as the Dallas Texans and the Milwaukee Admirals enter for the first time.

 

American Conference

East: Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Washington Capitals
Central: Buffalo Sabres, Cleveland Barons, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins
South: Birmingham Bulls, Dallas Texans, Kansas City Blades, Tampa Bay Lightning
West: Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, San Francisco Seals, Seattle Totems

 

National Conference

East: Hartford Whalers, New York Islanders, Ottawa Senators, Quebec Nordiques
Central: Chicago Blackhawks, Milwaukee Admirals, Minnesota North Stars, Philadelphia Flyers
South: Charlotte Racers, Houston Aeros, Miami Flames, St. Louis Blues
West: Calgary Cowboys, Colorado Rockies, San Diego Mariners, Vancouver Canucks

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What about if Almost Anything Goes Renewed for a 3rd Season in 1977?

 

PERSONNEL
Host: Charlie Jones, Lynn Shackleford
Announcer: Sam Riddle (also Producer with Bob Banner & Robert Stigwood)

 

AMERICAN CONFERENCE (Representing Teams from Last Season and 2 from 1975)
Champions Division: Andalusia (AL) Blockbusters, Artesia (NM) Bulldogs, Bogalusa (LA) Papermakers, Boulder City (NV) Superstars, Chambersburg (PA) Raiders, Columbia (MS) Bombers, Fort Stockton (TX) Comanches, Culpepper (VA) Minute Men, Nogales (AZ) Conquistadores, Westminster (MD) Bullies
Returnees Division: Covington (LA) Lions, Douglas (AZ) Desperadoes, Front Royal (VA) Wildcats, Havre de Grace (MD) Warriors, Monahans (TX) Lobos, Opp (AL) Bobcats, Picayune (MS) Pirates, Portales (NM) P-Nuts, Putnam (CT) Clippers, Waynesboro (PA) Challengers

 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE (Representing Teams that have a Larger City Population)
Eastern Division: New York (NY) Liberty, Philadelphia (PA) Cannonballs (Relocated from Gettysburg, PA), Chicago (IL) Towers, Detroit (MI) Motors, Houston (TX) Lone Stars, Baltimore (MD) Bypass (Relocated from Bel Air, MD), Washington (DC) Americans, Cleveland (OH) Lakers, Indianapolis (IN) Racers, Milwaukee (WI) Millers
Western Division: Los Angeles (CA) Tinseltowners (Relocated from Hollywood, CA), Dallas (TX) Lone Stars, San Francisco (CA) Bays, San Diego (CA) Surfers, St. Louis (MO) Archers, Phoenix (AZ) Heatwave, Seattle (WA) Cascades, Denver (CO) Mountaineers, Kansas City (MO) BBQ, San Jose (CA) Shockwave

 

However 40 Teams Competing for a Chance at the National Championship of Almost Anything Goes and it aired on ABC, However in the Fall they aired All-Star Anything Goes on First Run Syndication after the 3rd Season ended but All-Star Anything Goes axed after One Season but Almost Anything Goes renewed for a 4th Season on ABC and retained the Theme Music from All-Star Anything Goes (by Tony DeFranco) which will be clicked here to be the new theme music for the 1978-1979 Season of AAG, In addition the show expanded to Canada giving the show to add teams and the rights to air the show on CBC hosted by Don Chevrier.

 

East: Baltimore Bypass, Boston Minutemen (Relocated from Culpepper, VA) Connecticut Clippers (was Putnam Clippers), Montreal Saints, New York Liberty, Philadelphia Cannonballs, Pittsburgh Ironworkers, Toronto Hogs, Washington Americans, Waynesboro Challengers
North: Chicago Towers, Cleveland Lakers, Detroit Motors, Green Bay Cheese, Indianapolis Racers, Iowa Cornmen, Kansas City BBQ, Milwaukee Millers, St. Louis Archers, Twin Cities Geminis (Minneapolis)
South: Andalusia Blockbusters, Atlanta Rebels, Birmingham Bullets, Bogalusa Papermakers, Columbia Bombers, Dallas Lone Stars, Houston Appolos, Miami Oranges New Orleans Pirates (relocated from Picayune, MS), Opp Bobcats
West: Artesia Bulldogs, Boulder City Superstars, Calgary Wranglers, Denver Mountaineers, Phoenix Heatwave, Los Angeles Tinseltowners, San Francisco Bays, Seattle Cascades, Vancouver Railmen

 

However the show lasted all the way to end of the run in 1980 or 1981.

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And Now Let's Look at the MLB-PCL Merger starting after the 1961 MLB Season

 

AL: Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Houston Colt 45's, Kansas City Athletics, Los Angeles Angels (PCL), New York Yankees, Portland Beavers (PCL), Seattle Rainiers (PCL), Vancouver Mounties (PCL)
NL: Brooklyn Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Hollywood Stars (PCL), Milwaukee Braves, Minnesota Giants (relocated from New York, NY in 1958), Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals, Sacramento Solons (PCL), San Diego Padres (PCL), San Francisco Seals (PCL)

 

In 1969, The League gets split in 2 Divisions

 

AL East: Atlanta Peaches (EXP), Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Montreal Expos (EXP), New York Yankees
AL West: California Angels, Chicago White Sox, Houston Astros (was Colt 45's until 1964), Kansas City Athletics, Portland Beavers, Seattle Pilots (was Rainiers), Vancouver Mounties

NL East: Brooklyn Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals, Washington Nationals (EXP)
NL West: Denver Bears (EXP), Los Angeles Stars (was Hollywood Stars until 1965), Milwaukee Braves, Minnesota Giants, Sacramento Solons, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Seals

 

Then In 1977, The League goes to 32 Teams in the Majors

 

AL East: Boston Red Sox, Buffalo Bisons (EXP), Montreal Expos, New York Yankees
AL North: Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Athletics
AL South: Atlanta Peaches, Baltimore Orioles, Houston Astros, Miami Marlins (EXP)
AL West: California Angels, Portland Beavers, Seattle Pilots, Vancouver Mounties

NL East: Brooklyn Dodgers, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, Toronto Blue Jays (EXP)
NL North: Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Milwaukee Brewers, Minnesota Giants
NL South: St. Louis Cardinals, Tampa Bay Rays (EXP), Texas Rangers (moved from Sacramento in 1972), Washington Nationals
NL West: Denver Bears, Los Angeles Stars, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Seals

 

as for the rest you decide.

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This is the new FBS college football (This post is a little long).

Pac-16                          Western Athletic (2.0)          Great Plains            Southeast (1.6)             Gulf Coast                  

North                             North                                   North                       North                              East

Washington                   Idaho                                   Nebraska                Georgia                          Mississippi St.

Washington State         Boise State                          Iowa                        Georgia Tech                 Ole Miss

Oregon                          Utah                                    Iowa State               Georgia Southern          Southern Miss

Oregon State                Utah State                           Kansas :lol:              Georgia State                 Florida State                California                       BYU                                    Kansas State:mad:     Tennessee                     Alabama

Stanford                        Colorado                             Missouri :mad:             Memphis                        Troy                                               

San Jose State              Colorado State                   Tulsa                       Vanderbilt                       South Alabama

Nevada                         Wyoming                             Minnesota               Middle Tenn.                   Auburn

South                            South                                  South                       South                              East                         

Fresno State                 Air Force                             Oklahoma State      Florida                             LSU

UCLA                            New Mexico                        Oklahoma                UCF                                Tulane
USC                              New Mexico State               TCU                        USF                                 Louisiana Lafayette

San Diego State           UTEP                                   North Texas           Miami (FL)                       Louisiana Monroe

Hawaii                          Texas Tech                          SMU                        Florida Atlantic                Texas A&M

Arizona                         Texas                                   Arkansas                Florida Int.                       Houston

Arizona State                UTSA                                  Arkansas State       Clemson                          Rice

UNLV                            Texas State                         Louisiana Tech       South Carolina                Baylor

 

Northeast                     Atlantic                          Midwest

West                            North                             West

Ohio                             Kentucky                       Wisconsin

Kent State                   Louisville                        Illinois

Pittsburgh                    Virginia                          Northern Illinois

Penn State                  Virginia Tech                 Northwestern

Buffalo                         Marshall                        Notre Dame

Syracuse                     West Virginia                 Indiana

Akron                          Cincinnati                       Purdue

Bowling Green            Western Kentucky         Ball State

East                             South                            East

Temple                        Appalachian State        Michigan

Massachusetts            North Carolina              Michigan State

Boston College           Duke                             Central Michigan

Rutgers                       Wake Forest                 Western Michigan 

Army                           NC State                       Eastern Michigan

Navy                           Old Dominion                Toledo

Maryland                     Eastern Carolina          Ohio State

Uconn                         Charlotte                       Miami (OH)

There is an eight team playoff (winners of each conference go).

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