05:39 PM ET 03.19 | According to an ESPN report, The Big Ten might be in the process of putting together their new divisional alignment. It will be put into place after the 2013 college football season when Rutgers and Maryland join the conference. The Legends and Leaders divisions would reportedly be scrapped and replaced by a geographically friendly alignment. The 'West' division would include Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Purdue or Indiana, Northwestern and Wisconsin. The 'East' division would include Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue or Indiana, and Rutgers.