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NCAA College Football National Championship Tournament


MiK

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I posted this in the concepts page like an idiot...so I'll throw her back in here where it belongs.

I give you the new NCAA Bowl Subdivision Division 1, A, whatever the heck you want to call it, TOURNAMENT! Because we all know the BCS is tanking...

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Ten team tournament. The Six Champions from the big conferences (ACC, SEC, Big 10, Big 12, Big East, Pac 10) and four at large bids.

Keeping with tradition, Big 10 Champions will meet Pac 10 Champions in the Rose Bowl. ACC will meet Big East in the Orange Bowl, SEC will meet an at-large team in the Sugar Bowl and the Big 12 will meet another at-large team in the Fiesta Bowl.

The At-Large teams are decided by the AP Polls, with no limit to conferences. SO say for some odd (glorious) reason, Wisconsin wins the Big 10 and is number 1 in the AP Poll, they will play in the rose bowl against the PAC 10, now Michigan State and oh I don't know, Northwestern are #2 and #5 respectively in the AP, they both would play in an at-large game, to try and face either the Big 12 or SEC. This goes for any conference. The 4 at-large bids also make it possible for WAC and Mountain West teams to win a national championship.

Some of you may ask, how often would that happen? Well, this style of national championship encourages the Boise State's of the world to schedule more difficult non-conference games...and placing more importance on the regular season schedule no matter what conference you're in.

So there you have it.

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