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jrh31584

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  1. I do agree that the NHL overexpanded and that Houston would have been a better destination than Phoenix. Any particular reason you went with Anaheim over Tampa Bay?
  2. Kind of a half bump/half if anyone has any specific request for any league outside of Division 1 College Basketball which I am currently working on, I can do it as well. Damn, I was working on something like that for college football, except it was driving distances (except for Hawaii). Anyway, here's my (and probably other people's) NBA idea. No more conferences, just five divisions of six teams. PACIFIC Lakers Clippers Warriors Kings Blazers Suns SOUTHWEST Jazz Nuggets Spurs Mavericks Rockets Thunder SOUTH Grizzlies Hornets Heat Magic Hawks Bobcats CENTRAL Timberwolves Bucks Bulls Pacers Pistons Cavaliers EAST Wizards Raptors 76ers Knicks Nets Celtics Top 16 make playoffs, division champions guaranteed home court advantage in first round. All-Star teams picked same way as in the NHL.
  3. South Alabama is starting a football program which is supposed to be in the Sun Belt by 2013, so there will be 121 FBS schools.
  4. If this happened, I would then have Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State go to the SEC, and Texas Tech, Baylor and Colorado to the Mountain West, who would take over the Big Twelve's automatic BCS berth and split into two divisions. The remaining bowl tie-ins would by divvied up among the three conferences. So, to recap: SEC East: Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt SEC West: Arkansas, LSU, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas A&M MWC North: Air Force, BYU, Colorado, Colorado State, Utah, Wyoming MWC South: Baylor, New Mexico, San Diego State, TCU, Texas Tech, UNLV
  5. I used one of STLFanatic's templates in Paint for one of my concepts, and it turned out all right.
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