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How about this? Add 2 more games for a regular season of 14 games (9 conference and 5 out-of-conference). And I mean this in an in-general standpoint. Look at the Pac-12; the only conference with 12 schools (compared to the Big TEN with 14 schools) to have their members with 9 conference games and 3 out-of-conference games. While the rest of the conferences (except the Big XII) stick with 8 conference games and 4 out-of-conference games.

In any case, with 2 more OOC games, it would at least bring a potential money game; just exclude booking against an FCS team and all is good to go; either 3 P5 & 2 G5 or 2 P5 or 3 G5. Look how would the scenarios be:

In a 14-team conference (9 conference games), one team would face:

a.) all 6 of its division foes once yearly (home-and-home series alter per 2 years)
b.) 1 cross-division non-division foe yearly (home-and-home series alter per 2 years)
c.) 2 rotational non-division foe with any pair of the 6 non-division teams (home-and-home series alter per 2 years; in a 6-year span)

In a 12-team conference (9 conference games), one team would face:

a.) all 5 of its division foes once yearly (home-and-home series alter per 2 years)
b.) 2 cross-division non-division foes yearly (home-and-home series alter per 2 years)
c.) 2 rotational non-division foe with any pair of the 4 non-division teams (home-and-home series alter per 2 years; in a 4-year span)

In a 10-team conference (9 conference games), one team would face:

a.) all 9 of its division foes once yearly (home-and-home series alter per 2 years), a.k.a. full round-robin schedule

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2017 9:43 am 
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How about this? Add 2 more games for a regular season of 14 games (9 conference and 5 out-of-conference). And I mean this in an in-general standpoint. Look at the Pac-12; the only conference with 12 schools (compared to the Big TEN with 14 schools) to have their members with 9 conference games and 3 out-of-conference games. While the rest of the conferences (except the Big XII) stick with 8 conference games and 4 out-of-conference games.

In any case, with 2 more OOC games, it would at least bring a potential money game; just exclude booking against an FCS team and all is good to go; either 3 P5 & 2 G5 or 2 P5 or 3 G5. Look how would the scenarios be:

In a 14-team conference (9 conference games), one team would face:

a.) all 6 of its division foes once yearly (home-and-home series alter per 2 years)
b.) 1 cross-division non-division foe yearly (home-and-home series alter per 2 years)
c.) 2 rotational non-division foe with any pair of the 6 non-division teams (home-and-home series alter per 2 years; in a 6-year span)

In a 12-team conference (9 conference games), one team would face:

a.) all 5 of its division foes once yearly (home-and-home series alter per 2 years)
b.) 2 cross-division non-division foes yearly (home-and-home series alter per 2 years)
c.) 2 rotational non-division foe with any pair of the 4 non-division teams (home-and-home series alter per 2 years; in a 4-year span)

In a 10-team conference (9 conference games), one team would face:

a.) all 9 of its division foes once yearly (home-and-home series alter per 2 years), a.k.a. full round-robin schedule

I think if there is a expansion of the season I would think adding games on the back end (playoffs) would be more favorable to everyone. I think the expansion of the regular season would be to hard to be agreed to. Though conferences may favor a playoff expansion to 8 or 12 team. This would probably increase the payout to each conference.
The 8 team conference gives the P-5 a auto bid to the playoffs and 3 spots open to everyone. Should the Big 12 self destruct then move up the best remaining conference to a auto bid.
A 12 team tournament could give the top 8 conference champs a auto bid and 4 open spots. The top 4 conference champs get a first rout bye. The remaining conference champs host the first round games.

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