College Football Playoff -- As Easy as 1, 2, 3

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College Football Playoff -- As Easy as 1, 2, 3

Why we need one? For 80% this seems obvious, but let me break it down for the 20% who don’t seem to get it. As much as you think the system is working and fair, it’s not.

First of all, most of the teams don’t have any chance before they open fall camp. If you aren’t pre-season ranked Top 20, you are pretty much out of it already. What if you are Preseason #3, go undefeated, and don’t get a chance just because #1 and #2 never lose. Is that fair?

Secondly, schedules are not equal. Because you go undefeated in the WAC doesn’t mean you are better than someone who loses two games in the SEC. However just because you go undefeated in the SEC doesn’t mean you are better than someone undefeated in the WAC.

There is only one way to determine a true champion. Everyone comes in with a chance and you get to prove if you belong or don’t based on your play on the field, not what sports writers or computers think.

If college basketball had the BCS system, Butler wouldn’t have had a chance because they play in the Horizon League. Yet, they beat #1 Syracuse, #2 Kansas State, and fell two points short of the national championship. Is Boise State the best team in the country, or would they get killed by a two loss SEC team? I don’t know, but here is a crazy idea. Let’s find out.

Here is a system that debunks all the myths about creating a playoff system.

 

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