UNC CHAPEL HILL, NC – OCTOBER 9: A view of two North Carolina Tar Heels helmets during the game against the North Carolina State Wolfpack on October 9, 2004 at Kenan Stadium Stadium in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. North Carolina defeated North Carolina State 30-24. (Photo By Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

This week, some conference realignment talks reignited in the college football world with news that several ACC schools could be exploring leaving the conference. Naturally, that’s led to quite a lot of conjecture and speculation, and ESPN analyst Paul Finebaum got in on it this week, making his pick for which of the ACC schools would be the best fit for the SEC.

During an appearance on McElroy and Cubelic this week, Paul Finebaum explained that he thinks the North Carolina Tar Heels would actually be the most desirable team for the SEC.

“I would go for North Carolina first, because they really hit a lot of different boxes. Number one, they’re the dominant university in one of the 10 or 11 largest states in the country. That doesn’t matter as much as it used to from a television footprint, but they do cover a lot there,” Finebaum said according to On3. “They have a respectable football program. They have an elite basketball program, which I don’t think is driving anyone other than maybe a few out West [to watch]. But they just bring a lot to the table overall. After that, I think it’s a debate between Miami, Florida State and Clemson.”

It’s clear that there will be some changes in the college football landscape in the near future. It will be interesting to see what those changes look like and if Finebaum is correct.