Start from scratch. Divide the country into 5 regions: Atlantic, South, Midwest, Southwest & Pacific. Use geography. Put the best 14 schools in each conference. 2-7 team divisions. 9 conference games. Conferences can decide if they need cross-division rivalries or all the Cal schools need to play each other or not. Out of conference, game 10 is against another BCS conference, 11 is FBC, 12 is FCS.
|Penn State||North Carolina State|
|West Virginia||Wake Forest|
9 states in the East along the Atlantic anchored by 4 NC schools & Buffalo, Boston, NYC, Pittsburgh, DC, Baltimore, Charlotte markets. 10 acc schools, 3 big east, 1 big ten.
|Florida State||Mississippi State|
6 states in the South anchored by 4 FL schools & Miami, Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Nashville markets. 9 sec schools, 4 acc, 1 big east.
|Texas A&M||Oklahoma State|
|Texas Tech||Kansas State|
8 states in the southwest anchored by 5 TX schools & New Orleans, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Oklahoma City, Kansas City, St. Louis, Denver markets. Comprised of 6 SWC teams in South & 7/8 Big 8 teams. 10 big 12 schools, 3 sec, 1 pac-12.
8 states in the midwest anchored by Mi-Oh & Cleveland, Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis markets. 11 big ten schools, 2 big east, 1 sec.
|Oregon State||Arizona State|
7 states closest to the Pacific anchored by 4 CA schools & Salt Lake City, Portland, Seattle, Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Diego, LA, Bay Area markets. 11 pac-12 schools, 2 mwc, 1 ind. Boise St & UNLV fill in the ID & NV footprint & are only 2 non-FBS teams to be promoted. Central Florida, Houston, ECU are the next 3 that missed out on the BCS party.
4 leftovers go into non-BCS conferences. Best 1s in the East play in C-USA.
Southern teams into the Sun Belt.
|South Alabama||Arkansas State|
|Middle Tennessee||Texas State|
Northeast/midwest teams go in the MAC.
|Kent State||Central Michigan|
12 most western teams are in the WAC.
|New Mexico State||San Jose State|
|Colorado State||Fresno State|
|Wyoming||San Diego State|