College Football Conference Championship Games Without Divisions. What Would've Happened?

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College Football Conference Championship Games Without Divisions. What Would've Happened?

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College Football Conference Championship Games Without Divisions. What Would've Happened?

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Sun Belt Conference Championship: What Would’ve Happened Without Divisions

Nothing much would’ve changed over the four years of a Sun Belt Championship game, but Louisiana would’ve missed out on the first one instead of being in eligible for all four games.

The years when the championship would’ve been different without divisions are in bold, and the ones when the matchup would’ve been what actually happened aren’t. The records are for the regular season conference games only.

2021 Louisiana 24, Appalachian State 16

2020 Coastal Carolina vs. Louisiana
Sun Belt Championship was cancelled

2019 Appalachian State 45, Louisiana 38

2018 Appalachian State 30, Louisiana 19
No Divisions Championship: Appalachian State vs Troy
Louisiana tied Arkansas State for the West, but Troy finished 7-1 in the East along with Appalachian State.

No Division Championships: What Would’ve Happened?
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