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B1G and SEC form advisory committee




The rest of the schools have already been meeting to discuss a way forward. Looks like a good home for those left out of the P2.
 



It is interesting, but it's what I've been saying. There just isn't going to be money available for the rest of CFB, after the P2.
Wonder what the contributions of the old P5 was to float the ncaa?
Bet it wasnt equal amounts for services rendered
 
If you are not P4/5, the best model is probably D3. If you really want to fund some athletic scholarships, D2.

Both of those divisions are really good - I follow them both.

But I’ve been watching some of these WAC and southland bball games on ESPN+, with a few hundred in attendance, and I’m asking myself “why?”
 




If you are not P4/5, the best model is probably D3. If you really want to fund some athletic scholarships, D2.

Both of those divisions are really good - I follow them both.

But I’ve been watching some of these WAC and southland bball games on ESPN+, with a few hundred in attendance, and I’m asking myself “why?”
P4? It's a P2 world as soon as a few ACC teams move over. I do agree, the rest should model D3.
 
It is interesting, but it's what I've been saying. There just isn't going to be money available for the rest of CFB, after the P2.

You're probably right, but I think for the health of the game, it would be better if there was a 3rd major conference consisting of a merger between the Big 12 and ACC. But more than likely, the Big 10 and SEC will just poach the best teams from those 2 conferences.
 
You're probably right, but I think for the health of the game, it would be better if there was a 3rd major conference consisting of a merger between the Big 12 and ACC. But more than likely, the Big 10 and SEC will just poach the best teams from those 2 conferences.
I would prefer we go back to the 1980's conferences. I loved the smaller regional conferences and I think it was the healthiest version of CFB.

I'm not a fan at all of a P2 but it appears to be inevitable. There isn't enough money for a third conference with the teams that are remaining out there. It's clear at this point which teams draw the most viewers and those teams are or will be in the SEC and B1G.
 
I would prefer we go back to the 1980's conferences. I loved the smaller regional conferences and I think it was the healthiest version of CFB.

I'm not a fan at all of a P2 but it appears to be inevitable. There isn't enough money for a third conference with the teams that are remaining out there. It's clear at this point which teams draw the most viewers and those teams are or will be in the SEC and B1G.
It could still come to that by only adding one more game. Two conferences four divisions eight teams each. Division winners play each other, winners play for championship.
 



Kenneth Koen, VP at Viacom/CBS, laughs at the idea that there would be less than 48 teams, and the ideal is 64. To the programs that believe that they can start their own division with anything less than 48 teams, he calls "The flat earthers of realignment".
 
Kenneth Koen, VP at Viacom/CBS, laughs at the idea that there would be less than 48 teams, and the ideal is 64. To the programs that believe that they can start their own division with anything less than 48 teams, he calls "The flat earthers of realignment".
Agreed. There will be a cutoff, and assessments as to conference value. My thoughts are to a saleable pov, conferences will try to divvy up equally to whatever that magic end number is.
 


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