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OK i dont take bowls into consideration but there would be ways to work that out later. Basketball has a 64 team tournament obviously, too long for football, but what about a 32 team tournament? i mean look at it this way. it would make the winning team play five more weeks of football, but, in the NFL if you play for a wildcard team you would play four weeks, first, second, Conference, and Super Bowl and some go to the pro bowl. Kinda out there and not the strongest suggestion but i bet it would work

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i think a 5 week playoff wouldnt be that bad. i mean it would show an NFL team if a player can survive not only the regular season , and can also be not only stay healthy, but clutch in a playoff situation

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i think a 5 week playoff wouldnt be that bad. i mean it would show an NFL team if a player can survive not only the regular season , and can also be not only stay healthy, but clutch in a playoff situation

D1-AA does 16 (no byes)

DII does 24 (8 byes)

DII does 28 (4 byes)

Never looked at it but that's strange that they all do something different.

As far as I know, basketball is the same way. I think DIII has a 32 team tournament. Baseball is similar on all levels with Regionals and the World Series.

Just fyi.

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I think 24 is the best to go. 11 conference champs and 13 wild cards, and I'd give home games to the quarterfinals. So assuming they seed four regions of 6, the top 4 teams in each group get one home game.

Semis and Finals will rotate between the Rose, Sugar, Fiesta, and Orange bowls. The one that does not host a final four game will host a quarterfinal, as will the Cotton, Gator, and Peach bowls (the last two are debatable).

By the way, my sources say that D-III is going to 32 teams next year, so no byes.

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I think 24 is the best to go. 11 conference champs and 13 wild cards, and I'd give home games to the quarterfinals. So assuming they seed four regions of 6, the top 4 teams in each group get one home game.

Semis and Finals will rotate between the Rose, Sugar, Fiesta, and Orange bowls. The one that does not host a final four game will host a quarterfinal, as will the Cotton, Gator, and Peach bowls (the last two are debatable).

By the way, my sources say that D-III is going to 32 teams next year, so no byes.

That will be nice, as someone that played d-3 football, it was really annoying knowning your only chance of playoffs was winning the conference championship pretty much. I believe there was only a single at large bid per region; and when Mount Union is in your region, you've got another one of the best D-3 football programs in your conference in Augustana, needless to say taht last scheduled game was you last game.

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Okay using the past BCS Bowl System, the NCAA 2005 Football Game from EA for the Game Cube, and the 11 Conference Champions with the 5 At Large Bids, this is what I got if we used the playoff system with points. As you can tell boredom hit me pretty hard since I have nothing to do until the U2 concert

Emerald Bowl

1 Southern California(Pacific-10) 56

16 North Texas(Sun Belt) 10

Holiday Bowl

8 Virginia Tech(ACC)

9 Boise State(WAC)

Silicon Valley Bowl

5 California(At Large Bid) 35

12 Michigan(Big Ten) 37

Music City Bowl

4 Texas(At Large Bid) 24

13 Iowa(At Large Bid) 28

Sun Bowl

6 Utah(Mountain West) 30

11 Louisiana State(At Large Bid) 28

Liberty Bowl

3 Auburn(SEC) 52

14 Pittsburgh(Big East) 20

Peach Bowl

7 Georgia(At Large Bid)

10 Louisville(Conference USA)

Outback Bowl

2 Oklahoma(Big XII)

15 Toledo(Mid-American Conference)

Second Round

Cotton Bowl

1 Southern California

8 Virginia Tech

Gator Bowl

12 Michigan

13 Iowa

Capital One Bowl

3 Auburn

6 Utah

I'll have more when the other games finish

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