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New Future Look of the NCAA College Super Conferences

ACC (20) BIG 10 (20) CUSA (20) MWC (20) PAC 10 (20) SEC (20)
North Legends North East North East
ARMY IN Akron ARK State Air Force AL
BC MD Bowling Grn Baylor CA Auburn
Cinn MI Buffalo CO State IA State FIU
CT MSU Central MI ID NM FL
Duke OSU Eastern MI KS State OR State GA
Louisville Pitts Northern IL LA Tech OR State Houston
NAVY PSU Miami (OH) Mid TN State Stanford LSU
VA Purdue Temple North TX UT SC
VA Tech Rutgers Toledo UTEP WA UAB
West VA Syracuse Western MI TCU WA State Vanderbilt
South Leaders South West South West
Clemson IL Ball State Boise State AZ ARK
FAU IA ECU BYU AZ State LA-Lafay’te
FL State KS Kent State Fresno State CO LA-Monroe
GA Tech MN Marshall NV HI KY
Miami MO OH NM State OK Memphis
NC NE South’n MS Rice OK State MS
NC State Northw’tern Tulane TX Tech S Diego St. MS State
UCF Notre Dame Tulsa UNLV S Jose St. SMU
USF TX Troy UT State UCLA TN
Wake Forrest WI Western KY WY USC TX A&M
A. The ACC, Big 10, Pac 10 and SEC are known as Super Premier Conferences (SPC). CUSA and MWC are Super Conferences (SC). The difference between SPC and SC is that SPC can have up to 3 teams from their respective conference to be represented at the Bowl Championship Series. A SC can only have top two teams, unless the SPC is unable to produce a third team.
B. The strongest team amongst the conference will play the weakest qualified team irrespective of its position in the conference and in accordance to the number of games won and statistics of its winning success. The following is the format of a BCS playoffs:-
BCS Championship Series
Sweet 16 Elite 8 Final 4 Champ’ship Champion
Team1
Winner X1
Team 16
SX1
Team 2
Winner X2
Team 15
FX1
Team 3
Winner X3
Team 14
SX2
Team 4
Winner X4
Team 13
Champ X
Team 5
Winner X5
Team 12
SX3
Team 6
Winner X6
Team 11
FX2
Team 7
Winner X7
Team 10
SX4
Team 8
Winner X8
Team 9
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