sure, the south might look harder on paper, but if FSU wants to play that schedule every year, great!
remember, there was a time when the Big12 North was dominant (Nebraska, Colorado, and K St were all top 10 teams around the same time at the beginning of the BCS era). The SEC East with Florida, Tennessee and uga was FAR superior to the SEC west in the late 90s.
in a N/S split, i think you would see teams with history like Pitt and 'Cuse, as well as teams with potential like uva and umd, all take turns stepping up to create a pretty balanced league. i don't think it's all the doom and gloom people make it out to be.
Tue Jun 12 2012, 02:57 PM #27"This no more resembles that than something unlike something else resembles that." - Loosely quoting PHNC