Conference realignment has become arguably the biggest topic in college sports over the last two years. Texas and Oklahoma joining the SEC, USC and UCLA joining the Big Ten and more moves have ushered in a new era of realignment, creating a radically changing landscape in college sports. Clemson football is one program in particular that should consider a move to the SEC.

In this new era, further realignment rumors have reached a fever pitch. One of the biggest said rumors involves the ACC, with half the conference reportedly unhappy with its grant-of-rights agreement. If this does lead to the conference's downfall, each school should have no trouble finding a new home.

That said, there is arguably no fit more natural than Clemson to head over to the SEC. The Tigers have already felt like an SEC team throughout the College Football Playoff era, and now they may have a chance to make it official.

If that chance is there, Clemson must make the move to the SEC for these reasons and more.


Rich Rivalries

Sure, Clemson has some great rivalries in the ACC. The Tigers' clashes with the likes of Florida State, Georgia Tech, NC State, and more have endured for decades. However, the Tigers also have plenty of rivals in the SEC for a team that isn't in said conference.