Second, the NCAA might do something about it if they had any authority. They don't. The NCAA is close to irrelevant to the conference realignment conversation. Conferences and schools have agreed to abide by the NCAA's rules collectively, but rules governing how many teams can be in a conference, whether a conference can jump ship, or whether Mark Cuban can pay $100M each to Texas, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Florida, USC, Oregon, Alabama and Michigan to create their own super death star conference don't exist. And there isn't any quasi-governmental body or anything to create those rules either.If you enjoy game theorizing this stuff and speculation, join in. If you think this rampant speculation is stupid and a waste of time, I hear you through your silence. No need to respond to the post.