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Thanks @TrueYankee26, Now My Take For Football if the NFL merges the CFL in 20 Years after a Post Covid-19 Pro Football World

 

AFC East: Buffalo Bills, London Monarchs (3), Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New York Jets
AFC Canada (2): Calgary Stampeders, Edmonton Elks (Was Eskimos), Saskatchewan Roughriders, Vancouver Cascades (was Lions), Winnipeg Blue Bombers
AFC North: Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Columbus Aviators (4), Pittsburgh Steelers
AFC South: Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Mexico City Diablos (3), Tennessee Titans
AFC West: Denver Broncos, Kansas City Kings (1), Los Angeles Chargers, Las Vegas Raiders, Sacramento Condors (4)

 

NFC East: Dallas Cowboys, Dublin Celtics (2), New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Sentinels (1)
NFC Canada (2): Atlantic Schooners, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Montreal Alouettes, Ottawa Redblacks, Toronto Argonauts
NFC North: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, St. Louis Stallions (4)
NFC South: Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Monterrey Matadors (3), New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneeers
NFC West: Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, Portland River Hogs (4), San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks

 

FOOTNOTES

(1) = Both Kansas City (AFC) and Washington (NFC) Teams have renamed permanently after a couple years following the COVID-19 Pandemic
(2) = After the CFL Played their Final Season in 2025 all teams were absorbed by the NFL and all Canadian Football Hall of Fame Inductees are retroactively inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH in which they will receive bronze busts for playing in the Canadian Football League
(3) = The Following Year the NFL added 2 Teams in Europe for the 2026 Season as London and Dublin Began play in the League and 2 teams in Mexico based in Meico City and Monterrey.
(4) = In 2031, 4 US Teams were entered to the NFL as Columbus and Sacramento joined the AFC while Portland and St. Louis joined the NFC

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MLB 20.... something. League expands to Portland (or Las Vegas, as they're interchangeable in the alignment below) and Nashville. And, by some stroke of luck, both Oakland AND Tampa Bay remain where they are after the Rays are able to secure a new stadium across the bay to open at the conclusion of their Tropicana Field lease after the 2027 season (suspension of disbelief here, folks). In addition to the two expansion teams, Colorado and Tampa Bay are swapped between the NL and AL for the purpose of making the divisions make more sense, which is less impactful negatively with the universal DH in place.

 

  NATIONAL LEAGUE  
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL EAST
Arizona Diamondbacks Atlanta Braves Chicago Cubs New York Mets
Los Angeles Dodgers Miami Marlins Cincinnati Reds Philadelphia Phillies
San Diego Padres NASHVILLE STARS Milwaukee Brewers Pittsburgh Pirates
San Francisco Giants Tampa Bay Rays St. Louis Cardinals Washington Nationals
       
  AMERICAN LEAGUE  
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL EAST
Los Angeles Angels Colorado Rockies Chicago White Sox Baltimore Orioles
Oakland Athletics Houston Astros Cleveland Indians Boston Red Sox
PORTLAND/(LAS VEGAS) Kansas City Royals Detroit Tigers New York Yankees
Seattle Mariners Texas Rangers Minnesota Twins

Toronto Blue Jays

 

In all the realignments I do, this seems to be the least "invasive". To go from six divisions of five to 8 divisions of four, there's obviously going to be some movement. But this one keeps it to a minimum while maintaining quite a bit of continuity. Of the current six divisions, four simply have one team removed and in all those cases, one could argue that they are the geographical outlier of the division. So many of the division rivalries remain. And in the cases where they aren't, they remain in the same league (save for Colorado and Tampa Bay) and are aligned in a division that just makes more geographical sense.

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A preview of what I have up next: NCAA Realignment Madness. This involves conference mergers and a really giant NCAA future. For example, the SEC retires the "Southeastern Conference" name and goes by the....... "SEC".

 

ACC-Big 10 Alliance:

  • Boston College, Clemson, Florida State, Louisville, NC State, Syracuse, Wake Forest, West Virginia
  • Duke, Georgia Tech, Miami, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Virginia, Virginia Tech
  • Connecticut, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers
  • Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota State, Northwestern, Purdue, Wisconsin

Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance:

  • Arizona, Arizona State, San Diego State, USC, UCLA, UNLV
  • Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Idaho, Utah, Utah State
  • California, Fresno State, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington, Washington State
  • Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas Tech

SEC Super-Conference:

  • Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, TCU, Texas A&M
  • Appalachian State, Coastal Carolina, East Carolina, Georgia State, James Madison, Liberty, Old Dominion, UCF
  • Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, USF, Vanderbilt
  • Air Force, Army, BYU, Houston, Navy, Rice, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB
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NFL had AFL & NFL remained separate

 

Accounting for the current location of all 32 NFL teams, and assuming that the 1970 merger kept the original 16 NFL teams separate from the 10 AFL teams, putting all the teams that joined the NFL after 1975 into the AFL:

 

AFL EAST:

Baltimore Ravens (expansion 1996)

Buffalo Bills (Original AFL)

New England Patriots (Original AFL)

New York Jets (Original AFL)

 

AFC CENTRAL:

Carolina Panthers (expansion 1995)

Cincinnati Bengals (Original AFL)

Kansas City Chiefs (Original AFL)

Tennessee Titans (Original AFL)

 

AFL SOUTH:

Houston Texans (expansion 2002)

Jacksonville Jaguars (expansion 1995)

Miami Dolphins (Original AFL)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (expansion 1976)

 

AFL WEST:

Denver Broncos (Original AFL)

Las Vegas Raiders (Original AFL)

Los Angeles Chargers (Original AFL)

Seattle Seahawks (expansion 1976)

 

 

NFL EAST:

New York Giants

Philadelphia Eagles

Pittsburgh Steelers

Washington No Names

 

NFL CENTRAL:

Chicago Bears

Cleveland Browns

Detroit Lions

Green Bay Packers

 

NFL SOUTH:

Atlanta Falcons

Dallas Cowboys

Indianapolis Colts

New Orleans Saints

 

NFL WEST:

Arizona Cardinals

Los Angeles Rams

Minnesota VIkings

San Francisco 49ers

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Dallas would never have left the NYG, WFT, and PHI, so Pittsburgh would be in some other division.

 

When the merger happened, did the AFL teams keep their rosters and literally merge?  Or was it more like the NFL granting expansion teams to certain AFL owners in their teams'  cities?

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It's a fun thought experiment, but the Chiefs, Cowboys, and Vikings outside of their proper divisions makes me sick to my stomach

 

1 hour ago, BBTV said:

When the merger happened, did the AFL teams keep their rosters and literally merge?

 

Yes

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5 hours ago, BBTV said:

When the merger happened, did the AFL teams keep their rosters and literally merge?  Or was it more like the NFL granting expansion teams to certain AFL owners in their teams'  cities?

 

Yeah, they just straight-up crammed the leagues together. It wasn't like the WHA teams joining the NHL where they had to be gutted of everyone who'd ever watched an NHL game on TV before they could take the ice.

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On 2/15/2021 at 1:42 AM, TrueYankee26 said:

A preview of what I have up next: NCAA Realignment Madness. This involves conference mergers and a really giant NCAA future. For example, the SEC retires the "Southeastern Conference" name and goes by the....... "SEC".

 

ACC-Big 10 Alliance:

  • Boston College, Clemson, Florida State, Louisville, NC State, Syracuse, Wake Forest, West Virginia
  • Duke, Georgia Tech, Miami, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Virginia, Virginia Tech
  • Connecticut, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers
  • Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota State, Northwestern, Purdue, Wisconsin

Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance:

  • Arizona, Arizona State, San Diego State, USC, UCLA, UNLV
  • Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Idaho, Utah, Utah State
  • California, Fresno State, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington, Washington State
  • Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas Tech

SEC Super-Conference:

  • Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, TCU, Texas A&M
  • Appalachian State, Coastal Carolina, East Carolina, Georgia State, James Madison, Liberty, Old Dominion, UCF
  • Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, USF, Vanderbilt
  • Air Force, Army, BYU, Houston, Navy, Rice, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB

Finally Completed. This was a lot of work for me!

 

Realignment Madness: A new NCAA series by TrueYankee26.

 

In 2045, the SEC keeps capturing many football titles to the point where the rest of college football can't catch up. From 2021-2040, the SEC wins all but 7 titles, with Ohio State, Notre Dame, USC, Clemson, Texas, Oklahoma and Miami winning one each. Bama, LSU, Florida and Auburn collects more championships, with even the long suffering Georgia Bulldogs and Tennessee Volunteers winning one each. The top recruits go to the SEC schools like Bama who continues to be successful as Saban leaves Tuscaloosa at the end of the 2029 season as Alabama is hit with a harsh recruiting violation going into effect, opening the door for some more archrival Auburn and LSU titles.

 

One year later, the Pac-12 and Big 12 announce a merger that creates a giant conference west of the Mississippi. Everybody except West Virginia Joins the PAC-12 Big-12 Alliance, the Mountaineers become members of the ACC. In 2046, the ACC and Big 10 follows suit, making a Midwest and East Coast powerhouse, and even brings Notre Dame aboard. They will not lose NBC, as the Peacock Network immediately announces a deal with the ACC Big 10 Alliance. Not to be outdone, the SEC adds Appalachian State, Coastal Carolina, Liberty, Baylor, TCU and BYU as retaliation for the mega mergers of the PAC-12-Big 12, and the ACC-Big 10. The SEC drops "Southeastern Conference" and goes by SEC full time (much like CBS and ESPN corporately went by their initials) as a consequence because their members do not have to be in the Southeast to join anymore. A group of wealthy Ivy league grads convince the Ivy League to join the FBS.

 

For the next 7 years (2046-2052), only 1 SEC title (2049 LSU) and many defeats, with Notre Dame, Miami, Florida State and Penn State of the ACC-Big 10 and Texas and Oregon of the PAC-12-Big 12 capturing the titles for the two "alliance" conferences. College fans who resented the SEC dominance cheered, but through 2069, the SEC rebounds with 7 titles in 17 years.

 

ACC-Big 10 Alliance:

  • Boston College, Clemson, Florida State, Louisville, NC State, Syracuse, Wake Forest, West Virginia.
  • Duke, Georgia Tech, Miami, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Virginia, Virginia Tech.
  • Connecticut, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers.
  • Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota State, Northwestern, Purdue, Wisconsin.

Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance:

  • Arizona, Arizona State, Hawaii, San Diego State, USC, UCLA, UNLV.
  • Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Idaho, Utah, Utah State.
  • California, Fresno State, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington, Washington State.
  • Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas Tech.

SEC Super-Conference:

  • Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, TCU, Texas A&M.
  • Appalachian State, Coastal Carolina, East Carolina, Georgia State, James Madison, Liberty, Old Dominion, UCF.
  • Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, USF, Vanderbilt.
  • Air Force, Army, BYU, Houston, Navy, Rice, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB.

American Athletic Conference (AAC) - (AAC + Patriot League + Pioneer + NEC):

  • Albany, Fordham, Monmouth, Stony Brook, Sacred Heart, Saint Francis, Temple, Towson, Villanova, William & Mary, Wagner.
  • Bryant, Central Connecticut, Delaware, Duquesne, LIU, Maine, Merrimack, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, UMass.
  • Bucknell, Colgate, Davidson, Drake, Fordham, Georgetown, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Marist.
  • Butler, Cincinnati, Dayton, Florida Atlantic, FIU, Jacksonville State, Marshall, Memphis, Morehead State, SMU, Stetson, Valparaiso.

Black Belt Conference (BBC) - (Sun Belt-SWAC):

  • Alabama A&M, Alabama State, Arkansas State, Georgia Southern, Louisiana, Louisiana–Monroe, Mercer, South Alabama, Troy.
  • Alcorn State, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Grambling State, Jackson State, Mississippi Valley State, Prairie View A&M, Southern, Texas Southern, Texas State.

Conference USA (C-USA) - (Big South + C-USA + Southland):

  • Abilene Christian, Central Arkansas, Houston Baptist, Incarnate Word, Lamar, McNeese State, Nicholls, Northwestern State, Sam Houston State, Southeastern Louisiana, Stephen F. Austin.
  • Campbell, Charleston Southern, Gardner-Webb, Hampton, Kennesaw State, Robert Morris.
  • Charlotte, Louisiana Tech, Middle Tennessee, Presbyterian, Southern Miss, Western Kentucky.

Ivy League:

  • Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, Yale.

Mid-American Conference (MAC) - (MAC + OVC + MVFC)

  • Akron, Ball State, Bowling Green, Buffalo, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Kent State, Miami (OH), Northern Illinois, Ohio, Toledo, Western Michigan.
  • Eastern Illinois, Eastern Kentucky, Jacksonville State, Murray State, Southeast Missouri State, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech, UT Martin.
  • Illinois State, Indiana State, Missouri State, North Dakota, North Dakota State, Northern Iowa, South Dakota, South Dakota State, Southern Illinois, Western Illinois, Youngstown State.

Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) - (MEAC + SoCon)

  • Bethune-Cookman, Delaware State, Florida A&M, Howard, Morgan State, Norfolk State, North Carolina A&T, North Carolina Central, South Carolina State.
  • Chattanooga, The Citadel, East Tennessee State, Furman, Mercer, Samford, VMI, Western Carolina, Wofford.

Mountain West Conference (MWC) - (Big Sky Conference + MWC)

  • Cal Poly, Eastern Washington, Hawaii, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Portland State, Sacramento State, San Jose State, UC Davis, Wyoming.
  • Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, North Texas, Southern Utah, UTEP, UTSA, Weber State.

  • 32-team playoffs under the CFP system: 10 conference winners + 22 at large bids).
  • Broadcasting Rights are bundled three ways:
    • ACC-Big 10 Alliance + American Athletic Conference (AAC) + Ivy League + Mid-American Conference (MAC).
    • Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance + Black Belt Conference (BBC) + Conference USA (C-USA) + Mountain West Conference (MWC).
    • SEC Super-Conference + Black Belt Conference (BBC) + Conference USA (C-USA) + Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC).
  • ABC/ESPN/ESPN+ & TNT/TBS/HBO Max broadcasts all 10 conferences.
  • NBC/NBCSN/Peacock broadcasts ACC-Big 10 Alliance and Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance bundles.
  • CBS/CBSSN/Paramount+ broadcasts ACC-Big 10 Alliance and SEC Super-Conference bundles.
  • FOX/FS1/Tubi broadcasts the Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance and SEC Super-Conference bundles.

Preseason Kickoff Games:

  • Old Bay Kickoff Classic (Baltimore, Maryland): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance.
  • Nike Kickoff Classic (Portland, Oregon): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance.
  • Chicago Kickoff Classic (Chicago, Illinois): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.
  • Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Bowl (Atlanta, Georgia): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.
  • Emerald Kickoff Classic (Seattle, Washington): Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.
  • Publix Pirate Kickoff Bowl (Tampa, Florida): Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.

New Years Major Bowl Games:

  • Citrus Bowl (Orlando, Florida): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance.
  • Fiesta Bowl (Glendale, Arizona): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance.
  • Gotham Bowl (East Rutherford, New Jersey): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance.
  • Rose Bowl Game (Pasadena, California): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance.
  • Gator Bowl (Jacksonville, Florida): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.
  • Fenway Bowl (Boston, Massachusetts): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.
  • Orange Bowl (Miami Gardens, Florida): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.
  • Peach Bowl (Atlanta, Georgia): ACC-Big 10 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.
  • Cotton Bowl Classic (Arlington, Texas): Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.
  • Golden Gate Bowl (Santa Clara, California): Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.
  • Hollywood Bowl (Inglewood, California): Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.
  • Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, Louisiana): Big 12-Pac-12 Alliance vs SEC Super-Conference.
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Conference A

Euro East

Amsterdam Admirals

Frankfurt Galaxy

Rhein Fire

Rome Centurions

 

Euro West

Barcelona Dragons

London Monarchs

Paris Phantoms

Scottish Claymores

 

NA East

NY/NJ Knights

Ohio Glory

Orlando Thunder

Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks

 

NA West

Birmingham Vulcans

Memphis Hound Dogs

Sacramento Surge

San Antonio Riders

 

Conference B

Division A

Atlantic Schooners

Montreal Alouettes

-> Expansion

-> Expansion

 

Division B

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Toronto Argonauts

Ottawa Renegades

-> Expansion

 

Division C

Saskatchewan Roughriders

Winnipeg Blue Bombers

-> Expansion

-> Expansion

 

Division D

BC Lions

Calgary Stampeders

Edmonton Elks

-> Expansion

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Conference-less NBA, 5 divisions of 6.

 

ATLANTIC:

Boston

Toronto

Brooklyn

New York

Philadelphia

Washington

 

CENTRAL:

Detroit

Cleveland

Chicago

Milwaukee

Minnesota

Indiana

 

SOUTHEAST:

Charlotte

Atlanta

Miami

Orlando

New Orleans

Memphis

 

MOUNTAIN:

Utah

Dallas

San Antonio

Houston

Oklahoma City

Denver

 

PACIFIC:

Portland

Sacramento

Golden State

LA Lakers

LA Clippers

Phoenix

 

Top 16 teams make the playoffs.

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16 minutes ago, QCS said:

Conference-less NBA, 5 divisions of 6.

 

ATLANTIC:

Boston

Toronto

Brooklyn

New York

Philadelphia

Washington

 

CENTRAL:

Detroit

Cleveland

Chicago

Milwaukee

Minnesota

Indiana

 

SOUTHEAST:

Charlotte

Atlanta

Miami

Orlando

New Orleans

Memphis

 

MOUNTAIN:

Utah

Dallas

San Antonio

Houston

Oklahoma City

Denver

 

PACIFIC:

Portland

Sacramento

Golden State

LA Lakers

LA Clippers

Phoenix

 

Top 16 teams make the playoffs.

 

Pacific if Seattle gets added then move out Phoenix

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On 6/27/2021 at 6:11 PM, QCS said:

Conference-less NBA, 5 divisions of 6.

 

ATLANTIC:

Boston

Toronto

Brooklyn

New York

Philadelphia

Washington

 

CENTRAL:

Detroit

Cleveland

Chicago

Milwaukee

Minnesota

Indiana

 

SOUTHEAST:

Charlotte

Atlanta

Miami

Orlando

New Orleans

Memphis

 

MOUNTAIN:

Utah

Dallas

San Antonio

Houston

Oklahoma City

Denver

 

PACIFIC:

Portland

Sacramento

Golden State

LA Lakers

LA Clippers

Phoenix

 

Top 16 teams make the playoffs.

Did you install spyware on my computer?

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My thoughts on a 32 team NBA

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- 4 Divisions instead of 2 conferences
- All expansion and relocations based on current rumors... except Seattle, because I'm pretty sure we can all agree that's set in stone.
- Revamped Playoff Format explained below:

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A totally wacky 31 team spring football alignment.

 

AFC (NFLE/CFL)

AFC East

Atlantic

Hamilton

Montreal

Ottawa

Toronto

 

AFC Central

Amsterdam

Barcelona

Frankfurt

London
Rhein
Scotland

 

AFC West

BC

Calgary

Edmonton

Saskatchewan

Winnipeg

 

NFC (USFL)

NFC East

Jacksonville

New Jersey

Philadelphia

Tampa Bay

Washington

 

NFC Central

Birmingham

Chicago

Houston
Memphis

Michigan

 

NFC West

Arizona

Denver

Los Angeles

Oakland

Portland

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A 24-team SEC alignment:

 

Central

Alabama

Arkansas

Auburn

Kentucky

Tennessee

Vanderbilt

 

Coast To Coast

Michigan

Missouri

Notre Dame

Ohio State

Southern California

Stanford

 

Eastern

Clemson

Florida

Georgia

North Carolina

South Carolina

Virginia

 

Western

LSU

Ole Miss

Mississippi State

Oklahoma

Texas

Texas A&M

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NCAA 2025

 

ACC

Atlantic

Boston College, Clemson, Florida State, Louisville, NC State, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Wake Forest

 

Coastal

Duke, Georgia Tech, Miami, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Virginia, Virginia Tech, West Virginia

 

Big 16

Plains Pod

Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas, Nebraska

 

Upper Midwest Pod

Illinois, Minnesota, Northwestern, Wisconsin

 

Great Lakes Pod

Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue

 

Metropolitan Pod

Indiana, Maryland, Penn State, Rutgers

 

Pac 20

Pacific Northwest Pod

Boise State, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State

 

California Pod

California, San Diego State, Stanford, UCLA, USC

 

Rocky Mountain Pod

BYU, Colorado, Colorado State, Kansas State, Utah

 

Southwest Pod

Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech

 

SEC

East Division

Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt

 

West Division

Arkansas, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M

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SouthEastern Collegiate Athletic Association

 

Better at Basketball Conference 

Duke

Kentucky 

North Carolina 

Virginia

Virginia Tech

West Virginia

 

Tropical Swamp Ass Conference 

Clemson

Florida

Florida State

Georgia

Georgia Tech 

South Carolina

 

Alabama Will Always Win This Conference 

Alabama

Auburn

Ole Miss

Mississippi State

Tennessee

Vanderbilt

 

Texas is a Whiny Little B*tch Conference

Arkansas

LSU

Missouri

Oklahoma

Texas

Texas A&M

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, TrueYankee26 said:

Big 16

Plains Pod

Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas, Nebraska

 

Upper Midwest Pod

Illinois, Minnesota, Northwestern, Wisconsin

 

Great Lakes Pod

Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue

 

Metropolitan Pod

Indiana, Maryland, Penn State, Rutgers

They will never NOT be the Big Ten.

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