The SEC is now poised to become the first 16 team Super-Conference in the modern era of NCAA CFB. How should the other four "power" conferences respond to this development? Will the SEC stop at 16 teams or will they seek to grow by stealing quality teams from the most likely target, the ACC? Will the dwindling Big12 go belly-up or will they make the best of the situation and start raiding the AAC and Sun-Belt? Do the B1G, ACC and PAC-12 start trying to scoop up teams to join the march towards the new 16-team threshold? The realignment wars are back baby, and will be with us for at least four more years as we wait for the big switch to happen and watch all of the watershed maneuverings that result from this seismic shift in CFB.
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