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Has anyone evaluated conference realignment based on game theory? I think this is an important question in who lands where.
For example: Big 10 and SEC both have interest in UNC, Duke and Virginia. Big 10 would also take Georgia Tech, SEC might be interested in Virginia Tech and NC State but those are of less value (according to this article... which confuses me since Raleigh is a big market, but I guess has fewer fans). So, assuming those schools would all go to either conference, some questions arise:
Is it worth it to go to 18 instead of 16?
IS it worth taking 2 in 1 state if your only going to 16?3 if your going to 18?
Would Duke/UNC split up?
What is the value of going first on perception versus taking "left-overs?"
Can Big 10/ SEC make more money by cooperating than by competing in this instance?
4 months, 1 week ago on Big Bang Theories: The Countdown To Super-Conferences (Part 4)
Interesting situation coming up. If BCS Standings stay the same, SEC might could only get 1 team in to the BCS at all. Kansas State is number 1, so Fiesta could chose Notre Dame as a replacement. Rose gets Stanford to replace Oregon and winds up with Nebraska from the Big 10. Fiesta chooses again, gets Oklahoma. Sugar has Bama/Georgia as SEC champion. Orange has Florida State/Big East Champ. Sugar's only options would be another SEC team or Clemson.
6 months, 2 weeks ago on SEC Still Has Slim Title Hopes After Short BCS Drop For Bama