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Topic: 2019 College Football Playoff
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2019 College Football Playoff

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Posted: Dec 2, 2019 8:23 PM
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8 Florida @ 1 Ohio State
7 Baylor @ 2 LSU
6 Oklahoma @ 3 Clemson
5 Utah* @ 4 Georgia

Were we to go with regular season conference champs plus 3 at-large, with the top 4 hosting, instead of this coming week’s play-out game for us, play-in for UGA, and maybe a play-in or maybe not for the Big 12 and/or Pac 12, those would be the four games upcoming (preferably 2nd weekend in December instead of 1st)…

(Mix of recent AP / last CFP)

•Utah over Oregon as auto Pac 12 rep; 8-1 league records, no head-to-head, identical common opponent record, so last tiebreaker is CFP ranking.

Winners on to semis, losers into NY6 mix with ‘last 4 out’ from the CFP poll. Teams would have 2 weeks after rivalry game weekend to prepare (as well as host school / venue / fans), plus another 2–3+ weeks following before the semis.

Better regular seasons. No extra games. Big incentive to finish in top 4 still plus winning your conference. It just replaces 5 hodge podgy games leaving a lot up to judgment with 4 clear and distinct games instead that all matter greatly.

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Posted: Dec 2, 2019 10:07 PM
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I'm not in favor of expanding, the last 5 years have shown once you get beyond 2-3 teams the field is weak. Those games you show would be 3 blowouts and an excruciating defensive tussle between UGA & UTAH. I've already seen what LSU/OSU have done to top 7-10 teams this year, it's basically non-competitive


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Posted: Dec 2, 2019 10:09 PM
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No thanks, we already won the 2019 CFP.

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