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Bucky’s 5th Podcast, ep. 170: college football realignment exercise

With COVID reducing much of college football to conference only games we decided to look at some potential realignments for the future.

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On today’s episode of Bucky’s 5th Podcast we first cover some COVID-19 news and its impact on football across the country. To start we discuss the delay of high school football in California, and how it will impact recruiting. After that we talk no fans at Rutgers games (what’s new!) before wrapping up with a few other notes.

In the back half of the show we get into another fun hypothetical for the college football realm. The exercise is that we have been tasked with realigning the conferences around the nation. There aren’t any rules, except that Rutgers gets booted from the Big Ten. How about Clemson to the SEC? Ohio State leaving the Big Ten? NDSU to the Mountain West? Take a listen, vote for which conference changes you’d like to see, and leave a comment on which changes you’d make!