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  1. dylanjf83

    16-Team College Football Playoff

    Right now, G5 teams don't even have a shot of making the Playoff, with this method at least two will be included. Name brand football isn't the goal, getting the best teams in the Playoffs is the goal.
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    16-Team College Football Playoff

    But if they do win their conference, and are one of two teams put in the Playoffs, they bring national attention to their school, which in turn helps the entire athletic department, and would also boost academics, as success in athletics will help the academics of a school (I.e. success of UCF football team and other athletic teams has grown UCF to one of the largest schools in the nation)
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    16-Team College Football Playoff

    2 guaranteed spots is better than no spots. In a playoff with 16 teams, a team like Toledo isn't better than any of the P5 teams that would be in the Playoffs. Maybe I should revise and not give the American an auto-bid, but I think only 2 bids for the G5 teams is fine.
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    16-Team College Football Playoff

    The NCAA doesn't regulate how the playoffs or national championship work in the FBS, so technically all 10 conference champs do not have to be included, it would just weaken the product.
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    16-Team College Football Playoff

    Chances that they would play all out-of-conference games against P5 teams are slim to none, so very unlikely that they would lose all 3 of those games.
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    16-Team College Football Playoff

    It's at least 2 bids for G5 teams, so Boise State could theoretically make it too, but a 9-4 team winning the AAC outright is improbable.
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    16-Team College Football Playoff

    When it comes to TV ratings, Troy vs. Alabama isn't gonna bring in that many fans. 4 times out of 5 the American Champ is the best in G5. The AAC is between being a Power 5 and a Group of 5, so I think they deserve the one spot as their conference gets better and better. And as for Notre Dame, they don't just get an auto-bid. Either they just join the ACC, or have to be in the top 16 ranking wise.
  8. A few days ago, Jim Harbaugh talked about wanting the CFP expanded to 16-teams. If they were to expand the playoff, this is how I believe they should do it: Each Power 5 Conference Champion gets an automatic bid. There are at least 2 bids for the Group of 5, one being the AAC Champion, and the other being an at-large among the 5 conferences. The 9 other spots would be at-large bids. It would basically be the top 14 teams in the College Football Playoff rankings, with the American Champion and another G5 team. The teams would be evenly separated into 4 groups: South, East, West, and Midwest. The teams would then be seeded 1-4, with the 1-seed hosting the 4-seed, and the 2-seed hosting the 3-seed, all being on-campus games. These games would occur the week after the Conference Championship games, as most schools are letting out for winter break. Teams in the same conference can not be in the same region, unless there are 5 teams from a given conference, which is unlikely. The winners of these games would then play in Regional Championships in predetermined sites, around Christmas. The winners of the Regional Championships would then play in what the CFP semifinal is now, with either the Rose/Sugar Bowls, the Orange/Cotton Bowls, the Peach/Fiesta Bowls, and the Citrus Bowl and Texas (Which would be renamed Bluebonnet) Bowl also added to the mix. The 12-teams not playing in the semifinals would fill the spots of the other 6 Bowl games. The winner of the semifinals would play in the National Championship, and at that point people will be calling for 32-teams in the playoffs. Here's how it would have looked in 2017: Alabama plays Georgia in the National Championship in Atlanta. The Regional sites are just random cities, and would be selected similar to the sites in March Madness.
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    The Pointless Realignment Outpost

    "Is this heaven?""No it's Iowa" No way anyone would ever mistake the two. Like ever
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    The Pointless Realignment Outpost

    Would all these games be broadcast on the same channel at the same time, too?Um no, that would be silly. They'd air sequentially, with all but the first game on tape delay. Since there's so many games and only 24 hours in an earth day, each day of games would take around 3 days to broadcast, so a full 200 game season spanning 400 days would take around 3 years to get through, so the further along you go, the more behind you are. So for example, the North Korean Motors season would air while part of the Creamer season (3 seasons post Korean Motors) was being played. Of course there could potentially be years of spoilers out there, so anyone who goes to Des Moines will have to use spoiler tags in their posts. It's really the only way. Makes sense, but would there be any problems with jerseys when teams travel to play at the Sun?
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    The Pointless Realignment Outpost

    Would all these games be broadcast on the same channel at the same time, too?Um no, that would be silly. They'd air sequentially, with all but the first game on tape delay. Since there's so many games and only 24 hours in an earth day, each day of games would take around 3 days to broadcast, so a full 200 game season spanning 400 days would take around 3 years to get through, so the further along you go, the more behind you are. So for example, the North Korean Motors season would air while part of the Creamer season (3 seasons post Korean Motors) was being played. Of course there could potentially be years of spoilers out there, so anyone who goes to Des Moines will have to use spoiler tags in their posts. It's really the only way. Makes sense, but would there be any problems with jerseys when teams travel to play at the Sun?
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    The Pointless Realignment Outpost

    Would all these games be broadcast on the same channel at the same time, too?
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    The Pointless Realignment Outpost

    I believe adding 2 teams to Major League Baseball is not enough, so why not add 10, and while we're at it, let's shorten the schedule to 150 games. There would be 8 divisions of 5 teams. There would be the NL/AL South, NL/AL North, NL/AL East, and the NL/AL West. The teams would go as following: NL North -Milwaukee -Louisville (Expansion) -Chicago -Cincinnati -St. Louis NL South -Miami -Atlanta -Nashville (Expansion) -Tampa Bay (From AL) -Memphis (Expansion) NL East -New York -Philadelphia -Washington -Pittsburgh -Montreal (Expansion) NL West -Los Angeles -San Francisco -Colorado -Arizona -Salt Lake City (Expansion) AL North -Cleveland -Detroit -Minnesota -Chicago -Indianapolis (Expansion) AL South -Texas -Houston -Kansas City -New Orleans (Expansion) -Oklahoma City (Expansion) AL East -New York -Boston -Baltimore -Toronto -Charlotte (Expansion) AL West -Oakland -Anaheim/Los Angeles -Seattle -Portland (Expansion) -San Diego (From NL) Each team will play 150 games. 40 games will be vs division members, with 10 games vs each member (5 at home, 5 away), 90 vs same league members, with 6 games vs each team (3 at home, 3 away), and 20 games vs 1 inter-league division, with 4 games vs each team (2 at home, 2 away). As for the playoffs, each league will now have 8 teams, with 4 division winners, and 4 wild card teams. There will be a best-of-5 game division series, followed by a best-of-5 quarterfinal series. Then there will be a best-of-7 championship series, leading up to the best-of-7 World Series. Please post thoughts
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    CFP National Championship logos (2019-Bay Area)

    Maybe a sunburst Sunburst... there's one idea. Maybe the pirate ship from Raymond James?Or an ocean wave