You don’t have to look far to find someone who wants to tell you all about how the latest round of conference realignment is going to ruin the sport forever.

But that’s not necessarily true. Bill Bender of the Sporting News just wrote a great look at how the latest round of teams switching leagues could mean big improvements in not only the regular season, but also the College Football Playoff, too.

Bill joins host Tom Orr to discuss why he’s optimistic about the future of the sport, and why you should be, too.

Plus, which schools does Bill think could end up in the Big Ten and SEC when this round of realignment is done?

You can listen to today’s episode on Spreaker by clicking here, or search “Buckeye Scoop” to find it on other podcast platforms.

It’s also available on YouTube, or you can watch it in the embedded player below. 

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  1. As things stand right now I’m hoping that the rival game at the end of the year will change to USC. Quite frankly, we are about the only thing that makes Michigan relevant.

  2. just another move toward a one world order which sports in general will be a big part of …big box stores eliminate mom and pop stores …big sports conferences eliminate all the smaller conferences controlled by big organizations with big dollars to dictate how it’s run …how that makes it better idk …but there’s no stopping the big machine from ruining and eliminating everything in it’s path to it’s final purpose ….

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