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Your Updated NCAA Conference Re-Alignment “Risk” Map

Do you remember the board game Risk? If you don’t there’s really something wrong with you.  Anyway, with the continuing re-alignment of college football conferences, it occurred to Mrs. Dubsism that the college football world is beginning to resemble a Risk map.

Now that Rutgers and Maryland have opted for the Big Ten, New Jersey and Maryland become B1G blue.  Syracuse and Pittsburgh heading into the ACC puts the Empire state in ACC teal, and splits Pennsylvania with the Big Ten.

Given the splits you see on the map, and given that re-alignment isn’t over, what will be the next shoe to drop?

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8 comments on “Your Updated NCAA Conference Re-Alignment “Risk” Map

  1. MaximumWage
    November 20, 2012

    You’re right, the map does look like a game of risk.


  2. J-Dub
    November 20, 2012

    Reblogged this on Sports Blog Movement and commented:

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  3. klownboy
    November 21, 2012

    Dude, if the ACC does not pick up Louisville now, it can kiss FSU and/or Clemson goodbye


    • J-Dub
      November 21, 2012

      How sad is it that the fate of an entire conference hinges on some relatively insignificant program like Louisville?


      • klownboy
        November 21, 2012

        LOL, because they are good in football AND basketball. The football thing counts more these days for some reason…


      • J-Dub
        November 21, 2012

        Because football is what drive the revenue for the athletic department. That’s why I said they are relatively insignificant…I would be curious to see what Louisville’s athletic and TV revenues are compared to Maryland and Rutgers, since they are in much larger markets.


  4. sportsattitudes
    November 21, 2012

    Since the Big Least has been lumped into the hopper of “other conferences” it makes perfect sense now for the Left Coast teams that just signed up with them to unsign and return from whence they came. The Rutgers departure only increased the velocity of those on-going considerations. The value of the Big Least’s television contract was already questionable before this. Their recent instability is a major concern for any potential broadcast partner…as is just how many eyeballs are really going to care about who remains.


  5. ChrisHumpherys (@SportsChump)
    November 22, 2012

    Congo to join the Big 12 and Madagascar to remain independent.


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