Be gone, cupcakery!
Of the 10 programs still looking for a game or two in 2013, only two -- Arizona and Missouri -- remain from a power conference. The rest: Marshall, Tulane, BYU (x2 if uses the Hawaii rule), Idaho, New Mexico State (x2), CMU, MTSU and Texas State.
With the Frank Spaziani era of Boston College football mercifully coming to an end in two weeks' time, I thought it would be interesting (depressing?) to look back at the college football class of 2009.
With Big Ten football moving to a nine game conference schedule in 2017, does it make sense for the ACC to follow suit? That depends on what you think your program's AD will do when it comes to non-conference scheduling