Love this concept, Ramzy. I like the idea of spreading this out over a Labor Day weekend. The schedule should start the weekend before Labor Day with the B1G and SEC opening against MAC and Sun Belt teams, respectively.
On Labor Day weekend, you open up the B1G-SEC challenge on a Thursday night, but with a compelling matchup (Penn St. - UF, Iowa - Georgia, etc.). On Friday, you "hide" three undercard games, with two games starting in the late afternoon and one in primetime (streaming a Purdue - Vandy or Rutgers - UK game would be a great way to kill the Friday afternoon at work before Labor Day, imo).
On Saturday, you play three noon bangers, three 3:30 games, a 5:30 game, and a prime time game.
On Monday, your conference title game participants from the year prior meet their B1G/SEC counterparts at 3:30 and 8:30.
How fun would this be?