I'm bored at lunch and wanted to post this. I argued dilligently coming into this launch for a two conference setup. Unfortunately, I was in the minority. Currently we're 6 seasons into this thing and I'd like you guys to take a look at what's happened and how lopsided this setup has become. 1 - All 6 divisions have a pretty clear cut favorite with the exception maybe being Wolverines/Spartans & Ark/OM (but this ones due to turnover). Wisconsin, ASU, Stanford, Georgia have clearly dominated their divisions and will likely continue to do so for the remainder of `12. Wisconsin, ASU, and Georgia are putting together recruiting classes that will be untouchable by the rest of us. Washington's AD is considering firing their HC so it's clear Stanford will cruise the rest of the way there most likely (no offense Randy). The Ole Miss/Arkansas rivalry is tough to determine. That one may have stayed competitive in Nautica stayed. I'm not sure how it'll go with Controllerabuser and Edge in there now. 2 - The argument against three conferences again remains, you have one important game per season against your in conference user opponent. The CPU AI can't withstand the users and it's especially evident now as the scores seemingly continue to roll in 40+ - 0 even against good teams. 3 - With a two conference setup, do you think Wisconsin and Georgia would have won that many consecutive Conference Titles having to go through 2 other users in division as well as a strong out of division schedule and a Conf Champ Game? I don't think so. 4 - The CPU would steal a NC every once in a while as the other big conferences would likely get represented as user conferences would likely produce Conference Champs with 2 losses at times. Just wanted to put this stuff out there. I'm sure others will see it differently, but I'm just not a big fan of the 3 conference setup because the CPU can't be relied upon to hold up their end of the bargain.