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Minimum disruption, maximum excitement

The 2010 collegiate American football season is approaching its end. The GoobNet Special Projects Enhancement and Enforcement Division [SPEED] is therefore taking the opportunity to examine the season’s results and determine how to arrange teams into our plan for promotion and relegation in the sport.

As you are well aware, the teams will be arranged into five divisions. The first four contain 128 teams each, the fifth 235. The first four divisions are each split into sixteen conferences of eight teams each. The First Division will begin play next year with the 120 teams that played in NCAA Division I-A this year plus the eight teams that reached last weekend’s quarterfinals of the NCAA Division I-AA tournament: Appalachian State, Villanova, North Dakota State, Eastern Washington, Georgia Southern, Wofford, Delaware, and New Hampshire.

The selected approach for creating conferences in the new divisions was the Minimum Disruption proposal, which creates regionally sensible conferences in the fewest number of moves. First, for your reference, here is the current conference structure for NCAA Division I-A.

2010 DI-A CONFERENCES
ACC ATLANTIC
Boston College
Clemson
Florida St
Maryland
NC St
Wake Forest
ACC COASTAL
Duke
Georgia Tech
Miami FL
North Carolina
Virginia
Virginia Tech
BIG EAST
Cincinnati
Connecticut
Louisville
Pittsburgh
Rutgers
S Florida
Syracuse
West Virginia
BIG TEN
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan
Michigan St
Minnesota
Northwestern
Ohio St
Pennsylvania St
Purdue
Wisconsin
BIG TWELVE NORTH
Colorado
Iowa St
Kansas
Kansas St
Missouri
Nebraska
BIG TWELVE SOUTH
Baylor
Oklahoma
Oklahoma St
Texas
Texas A&M
Texas Tech
C-USA EAST
Alabama Birming
C Florida
E Carolina
Marshall
Memphis
S Mississippi
C-USA WEST
Houston
Rice
S Methodist
Texas El Paso
Tulane
Tulsa
MAC EAST
Akron
Bowling Green
Buffalo
Kent St
Miami OH
Ohio
Temple
MAC WEST
Ball St
C Michigan
E Michigan
N Illinois
Toledo
W Michigan
MOUNTAIN WEST
Air Force
Brigham Young
Colorado St
Nevada Las Vegas
New Mexico
San Diego St
Texas Christian
Utah
Wyoming
PACIFIC TEN
Arizona
Arizona St
California
California LA
Oregon
Oregon St
S California
Stanford
Washington
Washington St
SEC EAST
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
South Carolina
Tennessee
Vanderbilt
SEC WEST
Alabama
Arkansas
Auburn
Louisiana St
Mississippi
Mississippi St
SUN BELT
Arkansas St
Florida Atlantic
Florida Intl
Louisiana Laf
Louisiana Mon
Mid Tennessee
N Texas
Troy
W Kentucky
WAC
Boise St
Fresno St
Hawaii
Idaho
Louisiana Tech
Nevada
New Mexico St
San Jose St
Utah St
INDEPENDENTS
Army
Navy
Notre Dame
     

In addition to the moves proposed previously, here we further propose that South Florida move from the Big East Conference to the Sun Belt Conference. The available slots in the First Division are therefore filled by placing Appalachian State in the Southeast Conference, Delaware in the Coastal Conference, Eastern Washington in the Mountain West Conference, Georgia Southern in the Gulf Conference, New Hampshire in the Big East Conference, North Dakota State in the Midwest Conference, Villanova in the Atlantic Conference, and Wofford in the South Central Conference.

2011 FIRST DIVISION
ATLANTIC
Boston College
Clemson
Florida St
Maryland
Navy
NC St
Villanova
Wake Forest
COASTAL
Delaware
Duke
E Carolina
Georgia Tech
Miami FL
North Carolina
Virginia
Virginia Tech
BIG EAST
Cincinnati
Connecticut
Louisville
Pittsburgh
New Hampshire
Rutgers
Syracuse
West Virginia
BIG EIGHT
Illinois
Indiana
Michigan
Michigan St
Northwestern
Ohio St
Pennsylvania St
Purdue
BIG NORTH
Colorado
Iowa
Iowa St
Kansas
Kansas St
Minnesota
Nebraska
Wisconsin
BIG SOUTH
Baylor
Missouri
Oklahoma
Oklahoma St
Texas
Texas A&M
Texas Tech
Tulsa
GULF
Alabama Birming
C Florida
Georgia S
Louisiana Tech
Marshall
Memphis
S Mississippi
Tulane
MIDEAST
Akron
Army
Bowling Green
Buffalo
Kent St
Miami OH
Ohio
Temple
MIDWEST
Ball St
C Michigan
E Michigan
North Dakota St
N Illinois
Notre Dame
Toledo
W Michigan
MOUNTAIN WEST
Air Force
Brigham Young
Colorado St
E Washington
Nevada Las Vegas
San Diego St
Utah
Wyoming
PACIFIC EIGHT
California
California LA
Oregon
Oregon St
S California
Stanford
Washington
Washington St
SOUTHEAST
Appalachian St
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
South Carolina
Tennessee
Vanderbilt
W Kentucky
SOUTH CENTRAL
Alabama
Arkansas
Arkansas St
Auburn
Louisiana St
Mississippi
Mississippi St
Wofford
SOUTHWEST
Arizona
Arizona St
Houston
New Mexico
Rice
S Methodist
Texas Christian
Texas El Paso
SUN BELT
Florida Atlantic
Florida Intl
Louisiana Laf
Louisiana Mon
Mid Tennessee
N Texas
S Florida
Troy
WAC
Boise St
Fresno St
Hawaii
Idaho
Nevada
New Mexico St
San Jose St
Utah St

So who do you think will win each of these conferences? And are you excited for the first ever playoff in the highest division of collegiate American football? We are eagerly anticipating Boise State’s thrilling run to the 2012 championship game in New Orleans and their meeting with shock Southeast Conference champions Appalachian State. In addition, you should also look forward to the 2011 GoobNet Silly Bowl between Nevada Las Vegas and Bowling Green, to be played in Sunny Isles Beach, FL, USA. We are currently in discussions with the city on building a stadium. As we told them in last week’s board meeting, they’ll have plenty of room if they just tear down that huge eyesore that is the Coastal Towers.

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