Expand to 12 or 14 teams and drop the conference schedule down to 8 games with no divisions. The schedule will rotate but with protection for two rivalry games per year, e.g., OU and Texas Tech for UT. The conference championship game should include the two teams with the best conference records with ties being broken by CFP committee rank (or AP poll if rankings are needed sooner). This would give the highest probability of having two top teams playing a non-rematch game every year. I realize the expansion part is hard because there aren't a lot of good football options, let alone schools that have much to offer in terms of other sports, but I think UH and Cincy would be good additions. Perhaps BYU as a football only member? I'm on the fence about USF and UCF. Finally, in exchange for dropping to 8 regular season games, I'd make a big push to increase the number of good OOC games played per year, with an emphasis on some late season OOC rivalry games like what the SEC and ACC play. WVU could go back to playing Pitt Thanksgiving weekend. We could play Aggy or Arky. Even if not played Thanksgiving weekend, OU could try to alternate CU and Nebraska. I'm sure Notre Dame would be willing to schedule more Big 12 teams too. Obviously to make this work, new members would, at least temporarily, have to receive reduced payouts, but I can't imagine current AAC teams would have a huge problem with that.