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Old 06-21-2010, 12:59 PM   #9
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Since the conferences are going to be "wrong" anyway, I've decided I'm just gonna cheese it up and align them however I want.

For instance, the Big 12: Nebraska, Ohio State, Michigan, Notre Dame, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Colorado, Colorado State, Penn State, Purdue, Texas A&M.

Then the SEC: Florida, Florida State, Miami, Tennessee, Auburn, Alabama, Michigan State, Clemson, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Oklahoma State, Georgia, Georgia Tech.


And so on.

I think it'll be interesting/a cool change of pace.
These darn confrence changes....why didnt the confrence officials take into consideration that this would cause a problem for gamers...LOL...I am not sure how i would do this now. Maybe just mix it up, or read up on what everyone else is doing...should be interesting indeed.
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Old 06-21-2010, 01:17 PM   #10
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Yeah I'm going to do what was mentioned earlier, I had already thought of this a few days ago as well so it's nice to see someone else had the same idea.

Big 10 to the Big 12.
Big 12 to the Pac 10.
Pac 10 to the Big 10.

Decided to split the Big 10 up by east/west even if that means Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan are all together. If you split up Michigan and Ohio State though, with the Big 12 scheduling format they would only meet each other 2 years out of every 4.

Now you just gotta figure what teams to replace with what teams, so that when Texas and Texas A&M are in the Pac 10, they meet up in the final week like they do in the Big 12. So you basically have to switch two rivals from one conference for two rivals in the other conference so that it works out that way.
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Old 06-21-2010, 01:55 PM   #11
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Here is a link I found (pretty detailed) on the ongoing changes... http://collegesportsinfo.com/confere...lignment-grid/
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I understand that no changes are being made until the 2011 season, and conferences still haven't figured out how they are going to align in divisions and how they will do scheduling.

So I fully understand that code not being written for the retail release.

But once it is determined, that code will be worked for the '12 iteration of the game. And if there were downloadable content to make '11 dynasties realign going into the 2011 season, I'd purchase it.

I'm personally looking forward to 4 BCS conferences having championship games.
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