At a glance: Last 10 years of FBS realignment Print
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Sunday, 29 June 2014 14:01
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 The changes among FBS conferences over the last 10 years:
Atlantic Coast Conference
2004: 11 teams (Miami and Virginia Tech joined in 2004)
2014: 14 teams
CAME: Boston College (2005), Pittsburgh (2013), Syracuse (2013), Louisville (2014)
WENT: Maryland (2014)
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Big Ten Conference
2004: 11 teams
2014: 14 teams
CAME: Nebraska (2011), Maryland (2014), Rutgers (2014)
WENT: none
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Big 12 Conference
2004: 12 teams
2014: 10 teams
CAME: TCU (2012), West Virginia (2012)
WENT: Nebraska (2011), Colorado (2011), Missouri (2012), Texas A&M (2012)
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Pac-12 Conference
2004: 10 teams
2014: 12 teams
CAME: Colorado (2011), Utah (2011), Pac-12 name (2011)
WENT: Pac-10 name (2011)
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Southeastern Conference
2004: 12 teams
2014: 14 teams
CAME: Missouri (2012), Texas A&M (2012)
WENT: none
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American Athletic Conference
2004: 7 teams (as the Big East Conference)
2014: 11 teams (Navy joining in 2015)
CAME: Cincinnati (2005), Louisville (2005), South Florida (2005), Temple (2012), UCF (2013), Houston (2013), Memphis (2013), SMU (2013), East Carolina (2014), Tulane (2014), Tulsa (2014), American name (2013)
WENT: Boston College (2005), Temple (2005), West Virginia (2012), Pittsburgh (2013), Syracuse (2013), Louisville (2014), Rutgers (2014), Big East name (2013)
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Conference USA
2004: 11 teams
2014: 13 teams (Charlotte joining in 2015)
CAME: UCF (2005), Marshall (2005), Rice (2005), SMU (2005), UTEP (2005), Tulsa (2005), Florida Atlantic (2013), Florida International (2013), Louisiana Tech (2013), Middle Tennessee (2013), North Texas (2013), UTSA (2013), Old Dominion (2014), Western Kentucky (2014)
WENT: Army (2005), Cincinnati (2005), Louisville (2005), South Florida (2005), TCU (2005), UCF (2013), Houston (2013), Memphis (2013), SMU (2013), East Carolina (2014), Tulane (2014), Tulsa (2014)
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Mid-American Conference
2004: 14 teams
2014: 13 teams (Massachusetts leaving in 2016)
CAME: Temple (2007), Massachusetts (2012)
WENT: UCF (2005), Marshall (2005), Temple (2012)
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Mountain West Conference
2004: 8 teams
2014: 12 teams
CAME: TCU (2005), Boise State (2011), Fresno State (2012), Hawaii (2012), Nevada (2012), San Jose State (2013), Utah State (2013)
WENT: BYU (2011), Utah (2011), TCU (2012)
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Sun Belt Conference
2004: 9 teams
2014: 11 teams
CAME: Florida Atlantic (2005), Florida International (2005), Western Kentucky (2009), South Alabama (2012), Georgia State (2013), Texas State (2013), Appalachian State (2014), Georgia Southern (2014), Idaho (2014), New Mexico State (2014)
WENT: Idaho (2005), New Mexico State (2005), Utah State (2005), Florida Atlantic (2013), Florida International (2013), Middle Tennessee (2013), North Texas (2013), Western Kentucky (2014)
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Western Athletic Conference:
2004: 10 teams
2014: defunct
CAME: Idaho (2005), New Mexico State (2005), Utah State (2005), UTSA (2012), Texas State (2012)
WENT: Rice (2005), SMU (2005), UTEP (2005), Tulsa (2005), Boise State (2011), Fresno State (2012), Hawaii (2012), Nevada (2012), Idaho (2013), Louisiana Tech (2013), New Mexico State (2013), San Jose State (2013), UTSA (2013), Texas State (2013), Utah State (2013), the WAC's entire football existence (2013)
 

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