BCS Projections: A 12-Team Playoff That Would Trump the BCS System

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BCS Projections: A 12-Team Playoff That Would Trump the BCS System
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After all of this week's mayhem where three Top Five teams (Oklahoma State, Oregon and Oklahoma) fell and another Top 10 team (Clemson) was badly beaten on the road, the BCS was left in chaos. Throughout all of this bedlam, LSU has remained on the course, staying undefeated with a 52-3 win over Ole Miss. 

As it is currently projected, Alabama will probably slide into No. 2 of the BCS rankings since current No. 2 Oklahoma State and No. 4 Oregon both fell.

But is this what the public wants? Do we want to see a rematch in the BCS Championship Game?

Teams like Oklahoma State, who lost a thriller to Iowa State on Friday, and Houston have something to say about an all-SEC National Championship Game.

To settle all of this, a 12-team playoff would do the trick, allowing all of these teams to compete for a chance to win the National Championship. This slideshow assesses a 12-team college football playoff that would crown a champion over the course of one month. I seeded the teams myself, and teams are re-seeded after each round, meaning the lowest seed always plays the highest seed.

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