If you’re tired of seeing Clemson play a team from the SEC every year for the college football national championship, then I have some bad news. Because at least at it stands right now at this particular moment, that’s the most likely outcome of what could be the most unusual season in college football history. That’s because two of the Power 5 football conferences, the Big 10 and Pac 12, have already cancelled their fall sports seasons. Three – the Big 12, SEC, and Clemson’s ACC, are still moving ahead. Beyond those, the rest of major Division I is split – the American, Sun Belt, and Conference USA are in, but the Mountain West and Mid-American are done. Oh, and Nebraska wants to play even if the Big 10 doesn’t, which may or may not work.