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The Realignment Mock Draft
Quote:The Rules:
- Conferences pick in reverse order of last year's conference Sagarin ratings
- Conferences first declare 5 teams protected. Those teams are the initial 5 that the conference starts with. All non-protected teams then become "free agents."
- Conferences use the 7 rounds of the draft to accumulate 12 teams total. If for any reason a conference has less than 12 teams at the conclusion of the 7 rounds, they are granted as many immediate compensatory draft picks as is necessary to reach 12.
- Conferences can pick a "free agent" team of peer status or lower (P5 -> G5 -> FCS). This means the SoCon can't pick Coastal Carolina and the Sun Belt can't pick Alabama and so on.
- Conferences can negotiate trades for both teams and picks or a combination of the two though I as commissioner must agree to them to make sure we have no shenanigans going on to empty out conferences


If this is of interest, go here to help the CAA select a GM and which teams it will protect: https://csnbbs.com/thread-876236.html
05-14-2019 09:24 AM
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