Barring more changes, a look at what the Big East and Atlantic Coast Conference will look like, with the first year in the conference in parentheses.

BIG EAST FOOTBALL

*Boise State (2013)

*Central Florida (2013)

*Cincinnati (2005)

*Connecticut (1979)

*East Carolina (2014)

*Houston (2013)

*Memphis (2013)

*Navy (2015)

*South Florida (2005)

*San Diego State (2013)

*SMU (2013)

*Temple (1991, 2012)

*Tulane (2014)

BIG EAST BASKETBALL

*Central Florida (2013)

*Cincinnati (2005)

*Connecticut (1979)

*DePaul (2005)

*East Carolina (2014)

*Georgetown (1979)

*Houston (2013)

*Memphis (2013)

*Marquette (2005)

*Providence (1979)

*St. John's (1979)

*Seton Hall (1979)

*South Florida (2005)

*SMU (2013)

*Temple (1991, 2012)

*Tulane (2014)

*Villanova (1980)

Note: Louisville, Syracuse and Pittsburgh are currently in the Big East but are leaving for the ACC. Notre Dame is in the Big East for all sports except football but is leaving for the ACC. Rutgers is currently in the Big East but will move to the Big Ten.

ACC

*Boston College (2005)

*Clemson (1953)

*Duke (1953)

*Florida State (1990)

*Georgia Tech (1979)

*Louisville (2014)

*Miami (2004)

*North Carolina (1953)

*Notre Dame (2014)

*N.C. State (1953)

*Pittsburgh (2013)

*Syracuse (2013)

*Virginia (1953)

*Virginia Tech (2004)

*Wake Forest (1953)

Note: Maryland is currently in the ACC but is leaving for the Big Ten. Notre Dame is joining in all sports except football.