Updating College Football's 64 Dream Team Bracket to the Final 4

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Updating College Football's 64 Dream Team Bracket to the Final 4
Dave Martin

Before you sprint to the next slides, I behoove you to take note of the following: the results posted—as simulated by our original 64-team college football bracket—are not my picks. There seems to be some confusion on this front, so it’s important we get this squared away out of the gate.

Although many have (and will) sprint to the comment section with a fresh beer to throw in disgust, these results are not mine. Well, I suppose they’re mine, but they are in fact directly tied directly to the results of the actual college basketball postseason.

Once a seed in a particular region advances in the basketball realm, it advances in our hypothetical football bracket. Each team was seeded before the tournament began, and then March Madness decided the rest.

I don’t personally hate your team—at least any more than the next team. This is strictly business, an exercise to kill offseason hours and to help us understand what our own madness would be like. 

With college basketball’s Final Four set, our college football extravaganza is also nearing its completion. Each region has now played its way through, which means it’s time to so some updating. Our four teams feature some expected brands along with, well, a few you might not have penciled in if you were filling out this particular bracket.

I suppose madness had to be heard at some point.

Disclaimer: This is for fun. But if your team lost, don't let that stop you from expressing your displeasure accordingly.


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