Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by lvbuff, May 6, 2010.
There will be some form of parity as long as scholarships are limited like they are now. 6 - 8 teams won't always be in it, but it will always be teams from the super conferences.
Uh, why will college football suddenly suck? Just because? Care to elaborate?
I agree with 0% of what you just said, and I'm pretty sure the Olympics and the World Series are wildly popular so why is that bad?
I think lvbuff is a closet UNLV fan and fears continued obscurity.
We are headed to Super Conferences - 16 teams each - goodbye Mountain West, Conference USA and WAC
Superconferences will increase parity for the good teams, though. The top 3-4 traditional powers from the Pac-16 will beat up on each other or keep losing to Oregon State. I think that makes it just as tough for them to get to the MNC game.
Will continue to suck for the mediocre teams though as stacked programs will move into an existing conference and their recruiting ground. So basically, more teams, but still status quo as far as who's getting to top tier bowls and who's not.
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