Notre Dame/Detroit This is a big stretch, Detroit has been one of the worst teams in the Horizon league over the past few years. It technically gives you the Detroit media market, but they'd be behind Michigan, Michigan State, Oakland, and at least one of the directional schools in coverage. St. Louis makes more sense.
Providence/Holy Cross Why would they pick Holy Cross over either Rhode Island or UMass?
Big Ten: ditto
Georgia Southern/Georgia State the South Alabama/Troy pairing in the Sun Belt makes more sense than this pairing. I would swap the two groups
Atlantic 10: at the very least, Massachusetts, Charlotte, and Rhode Island will not be leaving the Atlantic 10 for a lower tiered conference (such as the CAA)
Chattanooga/North Alabama This makes a lot of sense, North Alabama has a very good Division II football program and would fit in if they updated their facilities appropriate to a division transition. The Citadel/Charleston
Atlantic Sun: you left out USC Upstate
Western Illinois/IPFW I agree with everything but IPFW
Cleveland State/Youngstown State
Illinois Chicago/Loyola Chicago
Wisconsin Green Bay/Wisconsin Milwaukee
Great West (former Summit League): I'm not buying it. There is no reason for the current members of the conference to invite most of the members of the Great West. I don't see any incentive. I can see the addition of Denver or North Dakota, but anything beyond that makes no sense.
North Dakota/South Dakota
North Dakota State/South Dakota State
Southern Utah/Utah Valley