1. The Case for a College Football Playoff

    It’s coming, and it will be here before you know it: yet another great and exciting college football season filled with controversy. College football is still the only major sport to not implement some kind of playoff or postseason tournament...

    Daniel Deceuster Written by Daniel Deceuster about almost 6 years ago 398 reads 1 comments

  2. A BCS Proposal for the Plus-One Model

    The Plus-One Model had some momentum in college football recently but never made it to serious consideration. But the BCS needs to be fixed, and since a playoff is never going to happen while ...

    Daniel Deceuster Written by Daniel Deceuster about almost 6 years ago 425 reads 11 comments

  3. A BCS Solution: The Big West Conference

    There is a solution to the BCS that will allow qualified teams to compete at the highest level of college football. Currently, non-BCS conferences are unable to ever compete for the national ...

    Daniel Deceuster Written by Daniel Deceuster about almost 6 years ago 297 reads 8 comments

  4. The College Football Cafeteria's 2008 Champion

    The Utah Utes! Congratulations for being the only FBS school to go undefeated! That’s of course not to mention how badly they trounced Alabama, a team ranked No. 1 for almost half the season...

    Daniel Deceuster Written by Daniel Deceuster about almost 6 years ago 212 reads 7 comments

  5. A College Football Postseason That Can Actually Work

    Before I say anything, I just want to say that the Utah Utes are my college football national champions for the 2008 season. Why? Because college football is stuck in an archaic tradition in which the national champion is decided by a poll every year...

    Daniel Deceuster Written by Daniel Deceuster about 6 years ago 109 reads 9 comments