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Rob Roy’s Relegation Dynasty [NCAA 14]



A NEW ERA
NCAA INTRODUCES RELEGATION SYSTEM TO THE LEAGUE

2020.

A year that was pretty terrible for most people in real life. Fortunately in this virtual world of fantasy football, it will go down as one of the most interesting and fun seasons in the 151 year history of college football.

2020 will introduce a brand new relegation system to the sport. At the end of each season, teams will be put under review. The team with the worst record in each Power 5 conference will be relegated, and the division winner of each Group of 5 conference will be promoted. Once promoted or relegated, that team must stay in their division for at least 3 seasons. This helps avoid too much back and forth movement. If no team qualifies for promotion then there will be no movement that offseason.

The New Look Conferences of College Football

Not only have the rules changed, but the landscape has changed drastically as well. The conferences have been realigned to feature a more geographical approach, with each conference introducing at least one new member this season. Here are the new and improved conferences for the 2020 season.


ACC <—> American

ACC [NORTH]
Maryland
Penn State
Pittsburgh
Syracuse
Virginia
Virginia Tech

ACC [SOUTH]
Clemson
Duke
North Carolina
NC State
South Carolina
West Virginia

AMERICAN [NORTH]
Boston College
Buffalo
Liberty
UConn
UMass
Wake Forest

AMERICAN [SOUTH]
Appalachian State
Charlotte
Coastal Carolina
ECU
Old Dominion
Tulane
Vanderbilt


BIG TEN <—> MAC

BIG TEN [EAST]
Cincinnati
Kentucky
Louisville
Michigan
Michigan State
Ohio State

BIG TEN [WEST]
Illinois
Indiana
Minnesota
Notre Dame
Purdue
Wisconsin

MAC [NORTH]
Bowling Green
Central Michigan
Northwestern
Rutgers
Toledo
Western Michigan

MAC [SOUTH]
Ball State
Marshall
Miami (OH)
Northern Illinois
Ohio
Western Kentucky


BIG 12 <—> C-USA

BIG 12 [NORTH]
Iowa
Kansas State
Missouri
Nebraska
Oklahoma
Oklahoma State

BIG 12 [SOUTH]
Arkansas
Baylor
Texas
Texas A&M
TCU
Texas Tech

C-USA [NORTH]
Arkansas State
Colorado
Colorado State
Iowa State
Kansas
Tulsa

C-USA [SOUTH]
Houston
Rice
SMU
Texas State
UTEP
UTSA


SEC <—> SUN BELT

SEC [EAST]
Florida
Florida State
Georgia
Georgia Tech
Miami
UCF

SEC [WEST]
Alabama
Auburn
LSU
Mississippi State
Ole Miss
Tennessee

SUN BELT [EAST]
Florida Atlantic
Florida International
Georgia State
Mid Tenn State
Troy
USF

SUN BELT [WEST]
Louisiana
Louisiana Monroe
Louisiana Tech
Memphis
South Alabama
Southern Miss
UAB


PAC-12 <—> MWC

PAC-12 [NORTH]
Boise State
California
Oregon
Oregon State
Washington
Washington State

PAC-12 [SOUTH]
Arizona
Arizona State
Stanford
UCLA
USC
Utah

MWC [MOUNTAIN]
BYU
Idaho
New Mexico
New Mexico State
Utah State
Wyoming

MWC [WEST]
Hawaii
Fresno State
Nevada
San Diego State
San Jose State
UNLV

INDEPENDENTS
Air Force
Army
Navy

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Andy Avalos is taking over as head coach at Boise State, returning to the school where he was a standout linebacker and defensive coordinator.

The hiring of Avalos continues Boise State’s trend of keeping the job running the program within the Broncos family. Boise State has hired either an assistant within the program or a former player to run the show dating back to Dirk Koetter taking over in 1998.

Avalos played for the Broncos from 2001-05 and later returned as a defensive assistant and took over as defensive coordinator in 2016. For the past two seasons, he has been the defensive coordinator at Oregon.

“This is a dream come true, and a very humbling opportunity for myself and my family to be back in this program,” Avalos said in a statement. “I’m excited to get back around the players I have missed the last two years, and to provide an elite experience for all the young men in the Boise State football program.”

The Broncos job seemed to come down to which former Boise State connection would end up in charge — former quarterback Kellen Moore, Montana State coach Jeff Choate or Avalos. Moore has always seemed destined to be a head coach, but he withdrew from the process after signing a new contract to remain the offensive coordinator of the Dallas Cowboys.

After Moore withdrew, the decision for new Boise State athletic director Jeremiah Dickey came down to Avalos or Choate, a former assistant for the Broncos under Chris Petersen.

“We did our due diligence with this search in a very short period of time, and this was a national search, not just something we were looking at keeping within the family,” said Dickey, who was hired by the school just a week ago. “Andy left no doubt that he was the individual that would continue building on the well-established culture within Bronco Football.”

Avalos was a two-time all-WAC first-team selection during his playing career. Once he finished playing, Avalos coached at Division II Nebraska-Kearney and Sacramento State before returning to Boise State in 2012 as an assistant.

Avalos was hired as the defensive coordinator at Oregon in February 2019.

He will inherit a Boise State program in flux. The Broncos have not matched the same level of success from the time when Moore was the quarterback and Petersen was in charge, but the program has remained the benchmark for most Group of Five programs. Boise State went 69-19 under Harsin, won three Mountain West championships and claimed a Fiesta Bowl title in Harsin’s first season.

The Broncos have not played in a New Year’s Six bowl game since 2014 and have seen a number of programs in the American — Cincinnati, UCF, Memphis — pull even or surpass Boise State in terms of prominence and recent success among the Group of Five schools.

Avalos’ task will be getting Boise State’s on-field product back to the top of that conversation while the school seems to be exploring what’s the best move for the future of its football program.

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