Two of the four major conferences this year have agendas that are almost identical to the one from their last year’s conference.
There’s the ACC, which will be hosting its annual spring meetings from March 26-28 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Then there’s the Big 12 Conference, which is hosting its spring meetings on March 31-April 1 in Dallas, Texas.
And then there’s this year’s College Football Playoff, which has already had its spring meeting scheduled for March 29-30 in Atlanta.
The Big Ten is scheduled to host its spring conference from April 6-8 in Indianapolis.
All of the Big Ten’s conference schedules are essentially the same as last year.
However, the SEC has one extra year of conference meetings on April 7-9.
What’s the SEC’s problem?
The conference is still under fire for not hosting its own spring meetings.
It’s the conference’s biggest nonconference rival and the most successful conference in the country.
A few of the schools that are likely to get a bump in bowl eligibility in the upcoming years are Georgia, Kentucky, Florida, and Alabama.
With a record of 7-5 this season, the Southeastern Conference is currently expected to be a playoff participant.
How do these conferences stack up in the overall rankings?
According to the College Football Ranking Project, the ACC has been ranked No. 1 since 2009, while the Big East has been in the top 10 since 2013.
For example, the Big 10 has been at No. 2 since 2015.
Also, the Pac-12 has been No. 3 since 2015, while ACC teams have been in between at No: 9 and No. 10.
Finally, the conference that is most closely associated with the Heisman Trophy is the Big 11, which includes the schools at Texas, Baylor, and Oklahoma.
As you can see from the conference schedules above, the major conferences all have quite a few different ways to make the playoff.
Which conference do you think is going to make it?
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