ND is not in the east.
WVU is not joining the ACC until there is a breakup of the B12
UCONN belongs with Pitt Syracuse bc.
My apologies about that. But you do have a realistic point. Until the Big XII implodes, WVU must be in the ACC eventually. Plus, it would force other P-5 FBS conferences to expand over 16 members. There for, it would be the following:
ACC North - Northeast: B.C., Syracuse, Pitt, [Cincinnati/W. Virginia/UConn]
ACC North - Mid-Atlantic: Virginia, Virginia Tech, Louisville, Notre Dame
ACC South - Carolinas: UNC, Duke, N.C. St., Wake
ACC South - Deep South: Clemson, Ga. Tech, Florida St., Miami
I find it interesting that you think the ACC would force the other leagues to expand, yet you don't seem to think your league would be the target of their expansion. Maybe you don't think anybody would be willing to leave with the GOR out there, but I wouldn't be surprised to see both the Big 10 and the SEC targeting certain schools in the ACC as their top targets.
All that aside, I like the divisions you created. But I would think you would need a backup plan if your conference were to be raided. Be honest, if the SEC came a calling, do you honestly think FSU or Clemson would say no? It would eliminate any recruiting advantage in state rivals have over you. And the money would be better.
On a side note, I say the following as a Gator fan, but more as a neutral college football fan. In most years. I think FSU is actually more talented than Florida. When the talent is even, Florida crushes FSU. The reason is simple: schedule. FSU doesn't play that many teams that can punch back. If you aren't tested, you don't get better, you stay the same. Be honest, how many teams in the ACC, have anywhere near the talent as FSU. I would say that answer is usually 3 teams. Clemson, Miami, and Va Tech. The SEC is loaded with talented teams. Even the average teams like Mizzou, Tenn (historically), Ole Miss, Miss State, Vandy of late, Texas AM are all solid. When the Gators get to FSU they are battle tested, whereas FSU is not. In most years when Florida beats FSU its not because they are more talented, but because they have played against better competition week in and week out. I mean that as no slight to FSU. Believe me, I have a great deal of respect for the Seminoles; I was a fan in the late 80's and early 90's. I would like to see what FSU could be in a better football conference.