The more I look at realignment the more likely I believe four 16-team super-conferences are inevitable. This is the right move for protection and the long term. I think the ACC will be left out once the super conferences are set.
Big 10 adds:
Terps, Rutgers, with Pitt and Notre Dame??? Don't immediately think ND but can't see who else matches profile. Boston College?
UNC and UVA
Big 12 moves to an east/west model and adds:
Florida State, Clemson, NC ST, Ga Tech, VT, and either Louisville or Notre Dame (if they can)
East: FSU, Clemson, NCSt, Ga Tech, VT, WVU, Louisville, Iowa State (leftover)
West: Texas, TCU, Baylor, TX Tech, OU, OSU, KU, KState
Future ACC (finally kills the Big East's football)
North: Cuse, Uconn, BC, Cincinnati, Eastern Carolina, Temple
South: Miami, USF, UCF, Tulane, Duke, Wake
I know this seemingly leaves Duke in the cold but they don't offer football prowess and basketball can survive in a Big East type ACC. They'll schedule a UNC/Duke game every year.