The Potential Formation of a College Football Super League: What You Need to Know

The Potential Formation of a College Football Super League: What You Need to Know

Recently, longtime college football radio host Greg Swaim hinted at the possibility of certain teams joining a proposed 80-team college football Super League. Among the teams mentioned were Memphis, UAB, Tulane, UNLV, New Mexico, New Mexico State, San Diego State, Colorado State, Oregon State, and Washington State.

Swaim's comments suggested that there could be 70 permanent members in this new league, with 10 additional schools facing potential relegation from season to season. This system would resemble the promotion structure seen in European football leagues.

While the creation of a college football Super League may not be imminent, there are speculations about major conference realignments, with teams like FSU and Clemson possibly moving to the SEC and other schools making shifts to different conferences.

If such a league were to materialize, it would likely occur in the 2030s, making it too early to forecast the exact details at this point. However, fans of the mentioned G5 schools can find solace in the idea that their favorite programs may have a place in this theoretical league down the line.

As discussions continue about the potential formation of a college football Super League, fans can only wait and see how the landscape of the sport evolves over the coming years.

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