Division A: Miami, FSU, GT, CU, NCST, Wake
Division B: TX, TX Tech, Baylor, TCU, Oklahoma, OK State
Division C: UVA, VT, WVU, Pitt, BC, Syracuse
Division D: UNC, Duke, L-Ville, Iowa St, Kansas, K-State
7 Conference Games plus 1 "flex game". The "flex game" is played 2 Saturdays after Thanksgiving. The host divisions for the "flex games" are predetermined on a rotating basis.
In the "flex game" the first place team in Division A plays the first place team in Division B. Second vs. Second, so on and so forth. Last vs Last. The same set-up will be used in the other 2 divisions.
The winners of the two "first place flex games" will meet the following week in the Championship Game. The winner of the Championship game will have a guaranteed spot in the NCAA play-off.
All TV money generated from games played in ACC stadiums will go to the ACC. All TV money generated from games played in Big 12 stadiums will go to the Big 12.
Permanent Rivals (set-up to maximize TV money and in some cases regional rivalries):
FSU - Texas
Miami - Oklahoma
CU – VA Tech
NCST - UNC
Wake – Duke
K-State - OK State
Pitt – L-Ville
GT – UVA
Iowa St - TCU
BC - Baylor
WVU - TX Tech
Kansas - Syracuse