BCS Tournament: The Logistics of a Bowl Subdivision Playoff

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BCS Tournament: The Logistics of a Bowl Subdivision Playoff
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Everybody has their ideas on how a football playoff, if someday it should ever replace the current one-and-done BCS Championship scheme, should take place.

I haven't seen much in the way of details for the logistics of such a playoff, however.

I've put a lot of thought into this playoff idea, so here I am giving my full breakdown for how a 16-team playoff would determine a national championship in the future.

All match-up results expressed here are purely rhetorical, and are only used for example. They have no statistical basis, and do not seriously represent who I believe would win any particular match-up.

Conferences and participating teams are based on 2010's regular season results and conference line-ups.

Before I continue, I would like to recognize those who have produced ideas of this kind on Bleacher Report before.

I would especially like to recognize Mike Miller, the TCU contributor who has produced a similar idea for allowing all FBS conference champions to participate in the playoff.

I feel I go into much more detail, but I felt I would be remiss to not give some recognition to others who have given their take on a playoff system.

Let's do this!

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