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RE: Football Conference Maps (2016, 1991, 1956!, 1927!)
There's actually year-by-year maps on the pages now:
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RE: Football Conference Maps (2016, 1991, 1956!, 1927!)
(04-14-2017 06:48 PM)jhn31 Wrote:  There's actually year-by-year maps on the pages now:

Only goes back until 1986.
04-14-2017 07:24 PM
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RE: Football Conference Maps (2016, 1991, 1956!, 1927!)
(04-13-2017 01:13 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(04-13-2017 11:41 AM)bullet Wrote:  Others up to the mid 80s:

American 1948 Cincinnati
American 1949 Houston
MWC 1950 San Jose State
ACC 1955 Florida State
MWC 1957 Air Force
Sun Belt 1959 New Mexico State
American 1960 Memphis
MAC 1961 Ohio
MAC 1961 Miami U.
MAC 1961 Bowling Green
ACC 1962 Louisville
MAC 1962 Toledo
MAC 1962 Kent
MAC 1962 Western Michigan
USA 1963 Southern Mississippi
American 1966 East Carolina
MAC 1969 Northern Illinois
MWC 1969 San Diego State
American 1971 Temple
MWC 1973 Fresno State
MWC 1974 Hawaii
Sun Belt 1974 Louisiana-Lafayette
MAC 1975 Ball State
MAC 1975 Central Michigan
MAC 1976 Eastern Michigan
MWC 1978 UNLV

Defunct major teams should be added to the list, and Missouri Valley Conference, Big West and Southern University should be considered major conferences between 1948 to whenever Big West stopped sponsoring football.

Bradley dropped football in 1970 MVC
Fullerton State dropped football in 1992 Big West
Long Beach State dropped football in 1991 Big West
Cal.-Riverside 1975 last year. Big West
Cal.-Santa Barbara 1991 last year. Big West
Denver last year in 1960.
Detroit's last year in 1964
Drexel last year in 1973
George Washington's last year in 1966
Loyola Marymount last year in 1951
Marquette last year in 1960
City College of New York last year in 1951
NYU dropped in 1952
Pacific 1995 Big West
Pepperdine last year was 1961
Saint Louis last year was 1949
University of San Francisco was last played in 1971
Santa Clara was 1992 Big West
UTA last year was 1985
University of Vermont's last year was 1974
Wichita State's last year was 1986 MVC
Xavier was 1973
Cal. State- L.A. was 1977 Big West
University of D. C. last year was 1974.
Northeastern Illinois last year was 1988
Oklahoma City University was 1950.
Colgate
Holy Cross
Illinois State MVC
Indiana State MVC
Richmond
Tennessee State
Villanova
William and Mary
Appalachian State Independent before they dropped to FCS.
Wayne State Michigan if stayed one more year, they would be called a major, they left in 1947.
Case Western Reserve left in 1955.
Montana left 1950, they were part of the PAC 12 bunch back then. Idaho is a Yo-Yo for being a major, then dropped down to D2, move up to FCS, and back up to FBS to go back down to FCS again.
Catholic University
the whole Ivy League bunch.
Murray State
Chattanooga
Boston U.
Hardin-Simmons
Drake MVC before they went Pioneer League.
Creighton MVC last year was 1948.
West Texas A&M Border Conference/MVC dropped to D2 in 1985.
Northern Michigan up to 1978 They were considered D1 up to 1980.
Washington & Lee moved to D3 in 1958. Southern
VMI Southern
The Citadel Southern
Davidson Southern
Furman Southern
Western Carolina 1976-1977 Southern
East Tennessee State Southern
Trinity, Texas 1963-1972 Southland
Abilene Christian 1963-1972 Southland
Lamar Southland
McNeese State Southland
Maine Yankee
UMass. Yankee
New Hampshire Yankee
URI Yankee

Where are you getting your information? Some of those schools were never in the top division (Northeastern Illinois?) and some didn't even exist in the years you're talking about (Case Western Reserve was founded in 1967 through the merger of two schools which both had previously competed at the top level).
04-17-2017 04:22 PM
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