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Woelk: Time for new college grid 'super league' : Top Stories : Boulder Daily Camera

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Neil Woelk had a pretty interesting story on Saturday about the possibility of select college football programs breaking away from the NCAA (in football only) to form a super-conference of the top 64 teams in the country. What do you think? Would you be open to leaving the NCAA so that rules & regulations that make sense could be put into place? Are you willing to forsake the years and years of history in one system in order for improvement and do you trust a leadership team to not screw it up if they had free reign to start from scratch? Check out Woelk's proposed divisions below and discuss... East -- Boston College, Maryland, Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, East Carolina, Syracuse, Florida State, South Carolina. Atlantic -- Clemson, North Carolina State, North Carolina, Virginia, Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Rutgers, South Florida. Southeast -- Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Auburn, Mississippi State, Miami (Fla.). Midwest -- Ohio State, Michigan State, Iowa, Michigan, Penn State, Minnesota, Illinois, Louisville. Central -- LSU, Kentucky, Georgia Tech, Missouri, Kansas, Purdue, Indiana, Tulsa. Southwest -- Texas, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Texas A&M, Arkansas, TCU. Mountain -- Colorado, Utah, Boise State, Arizona State, Arizona, Stanford, Wisconsin, Nebraska. West -- USC, Oregon, Oregon State, California, UCLA, Washington, BYU, Notre Dame.