College Football Realignment Winners and Losers

Which schools are winners in the latest round of realignment?
<p> College Football 2012 Realignment Winners and Losers</p>

It has been another busy year in college football realignment. The SEC and Big 12 made significant moves, while the Big East was one of the biggest losers in the latest round of realignment.

Which teams and conferences were the big winner or loser from the last year of realignment?

College Football 2012 Realignment Winners and Losers


WAC Football 2012 All-Conference Team

Chuckie Keeton looks to lead Utah State to a WAC title in 2012.
<p> WAC Football 2012 All-Conference Team</p>

The 2012 college football season is just around the corner, and Athlon continues its countdown to kickoff with a look at our first and second All-WAC teams for this season.

First-Team Offense

QB Colby Cameron, Louisiana Tech

RB Hunter Lee, Louisiana Tech

College Football Preseason 2012 Rankings: No. 101-124

Quarterback Corey Robinson looks to lead Troy back into Sun Belt contention.
<p> College football 2012 predictions: No. 101-124</p>

With the completion of Athlon's college football Top 25 for 2012, it's time conclude the rankings, continuing with No. 101-124. 

Note: Ranking is where team is projected to finish at the end of the 2012 season.

College Football 2012 Realignment Breakdown

<p> College football realignment preview for 2012.</p>

College football realignment dominated the headlines last summer and if you thought it was over, think again. More movement in college football could be coming this summer, especially with the mixed messages coming out of Tallahassee with Florida State. Are the Seminoles content to stay in the ACC or are they interested in the Big 12? If Florida State does make the jump to the Big 12, the domino effect will be felt across all of college football.