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Unless you get rid of Georgia and South Carolina, it will not be Clemson or Georgia Tech. A team must bring new markets and therefore new revenue. One of the Virginia schools and one of the North Carolina schools are the most likely candidates.
There Is a reason Bama,GA,FL, and AU would not want FL state in SEC . Nothing to gain , lots of recruits to lose.
North Carolina and Virginia Tech
USF and Louisville. It's hard enough to go unbeaten in the SEC already and these two add a little something different. Louisville adds basketball clout and enough football clout. USF adds the Tampa market and is a fast growing university that supports its athletic department.
As a fan, I would pick Oklahoma and Georgia Tech.
As a commissioner, I would go after Virginia Tech and Miami.
I wish we would just all decide on a conference size and stick there. Having expansion take place every year is getting to be silly.
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It is all about the benjamins! VA Tech and Miami. I know Miami is in trouble, but huge TV market and recruiting hotbed.
Va Tech and NCST.
I think there will be more than four 16-team conferences tho. When the dust settles I believe we'll have 5 super conferences with a handful of independents, 80 to 85 teams total. Conference champs qualify for the 8 team playoff with 3 at large teams.
FSU, Ga Tech and Clemson make since geographically and for rivalries. But it's all about $ so Va Tech, Okla, a North Car school
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Move mizzou to the west and bring in 2 East teams. I like playing bad teams.
With Notre dame potentially getting a title chance without a conference tie-in I can see them saying forget it to the ACC.
UNC, Duke and any of the other Tobacco Rd schools will never leave the ACC as they already control that conference.
Also, my guess is FSU wants to be in the Big 12 to gain access to Texas recruiting and the Big 12 wants a foothold in the Florida market.
Ultimately, Va Tech and Virginia are my guesses as to who the conference adds but you might see a USF and Miami in the mix.
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I would like to see FSU and Clemson,But the SEC is not week enough for FSU.They wonder why they are #10 in the BCS.
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