Interesting predictions you guys posted related with of conference realignment before the 2013-14 season, involving the old Big East and the Big XII. But would it be better if it consisted the following?
Big XII would add Louisville and Cincinnati from old Big East (along with West Virginia), and TCU from the MW:
Big XII North: Kansas, Kansas St., Iowa St., West Virginia, Louisville, Cincinnati
Big XII South: Texas, Texas Tech, Baylor, Oklahoma, Oklahoma St., TCU
Old Big East (now AAC) would NOT have lost Syracuse and Pitt (leaving the ACC and the B1G with 12 still); but would have gained Houston, SMU, UCF, Temple, and Memphis:
AAC: Syracuse, Pitt, UConn, USF, Rutgers, Houston, SMU, UCF, Temple, Memphis
Later for 2014-15, the AAC would have a CCG with additions of East Carolina, Tulsa and Tulane (maybe another school like Marshall), and Navy as a fb-only member out of the question:
AAC North: Syracuse, Pitt, UConn, Rutgers, Temple, Marshall, East Carolina
AAC South: Houston, SMU, UCF, USF, Memphis, Tulsa, Tulane
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