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Maybe it's time for some progressive thinking...


What if the ACC went to pods next year with 14 teams? They could be laid out like this:

  • Pod A – BC, Syracuse, Pitt
  • Pod B – Maryland, Wake, NC St
  • Pod C – VT, UVa, UNC, Duke
  • Pod D – Clemson, GT, FSU, Miami

For Pod A, play the other 2, plus 2/3 of Pod B, plus 4/4 of either Pod C or D
(Pod B does just the opposite) 2 + 2 + 4 = 8 games

For Pod C, play the other 3, plus 2/4 of Pod D, plus 3/3 of either Pod A or B
(Pod D does the opposite). 3+2+3 = 8 games

VT gets to play UVa, UNC and Duke every year, and we'd only have to play 8 ACC games per year (which means 2 BCS teams and 2 non-return home games for extra revenue!). Plus, each player gets to play every team in the league home & away before he graduates – assuming he stays all 4 years.

What do you Hokies think? I describe the whole thing in detail on my blog – LINK.

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