What is your opinion of the new playoff system that the BCS approved?

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  1. cprice75 profile image90
    cprice75posted 6 years ago

    What is your opinion of the new playoff system that the BCS approved?

    Many people have called for a college football playoff.  This has been a topic of discussion almost as long as I've been a college football fan.  We sort of got what we wished for.  What is your opinion of the new four-team playoff?

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    JThomp42posted 6 years ago

    I think it's a good idea. Like you said we have been screaming for it forever. I don't think everyone got what they wanted. But, You can't please everyone. Good question!!

  3. readytoescape profile image59
    readytoescapeposted 6 years ago

    It is a start, however it is not much more than expanding the current BCS system from two teams to four. Better would have been the top eight BCS teams in quarter finals to semis to a final.

    I'd have prefered a fuller solution as propsed by my hub "National Championship Playoff Solution: College Football" which was a full 32 team system that included all the bowl games and starts in December, but the NCAA forgot to call me.

  4. JBrumett profile image60
    JBrumettposted 6 years ago

    Playoffs = MORE FOOTBALL

    I'm not going to complain.  It'll be a more legit system than the BCS even if a team gets locked out of the final four.  So, I'm all for it.

  5. TrevorBasile profile image60
    TrevorBasileposted 6 years ago

    I love it and I hope it works and in a couple years they expand it to 8 teams and put more on winning their conferences and less on the rankings!

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    TexanRichardposted 5 years ago

    The BCS 4 is twice as bad as the BCS 2
    Why?
    A committee, please that will really give us an undisputed National Champion, give me a break.
    The majority of us want more and yes, an overwhelming majority wants 16.
    When is the NCAA going to take on its responsibility for the 99th Championship?
    The Conferences and the BCS should not have a say, but they did, the BCS is not dead.
    go to the Perfect Playoff Plan at: http://ncaa2012.com

 
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