The changes among FBS conferences taking effect for the 2014 season:
Atlantic Coast Conference
COMING: Louisville
GOING: Maryland
OLD/NEW TEAM TOTAL: 14/14
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Big Ten Conference
COMING: Maryland, Rutgers
GOING: none
OLD/NEW TEAM TOTAL: 14/14
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Big 12 Conference: no changes, 10 teams
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Pac-12 Conference: no changes, 12 teams
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Southeastern Conference: no changes, 14 teams
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American Athletic Conference
COMING: East Carolina, Tulane, Tulsa
GOING: Louisville, Rutgers
OLD/NEW TEAM TOTAL: 10/11
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Conference USA
COMING: Western Kentucky, Old Dominion
GOING: East Carolina, Tulane, Tulsa
OLD/NEW TEAM TOTAL: 14/13
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Mid-American Conference: no changes, 13 teams
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Mountain West Conference: no changes, 12 teams
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Sun Belt Conference
COMING: Appalachian State (from FCS), Georgia Southern (from FCS), Idaho, New Mexico State
GOING: Western Kentucky
OLD/NEW TEAM TOTAL: 8/11
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Army, BYU, Navy and Notre Dame remain independent.
OLD/NEW TEAM TOTAL: 6/4
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Coming in 2015: Navy joins the American and Charlotte (from FCS) joins Conference USA
Coming in 2016: Massachusetts leaves the Mid-American

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