College Football Playoff, New Year's Six Matchups: What Would They Be After 2nd Rankings?

College Football Playoff, New Year's Six Matchups: What Would They Be After 2nd Rankings?

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College Football Playoff, New Year's Six Matchups: What Would They Be After 2nd Rankings?

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16 TEAM FORMAT

If the format was based on all Power Five conference champions, a top Group of Five champ, and ten wild-cards based on the ranking.

No. 17 Boston College wouldn’t have a big complaint, and yeah, 16 is too much with six SEC teams, but …

No. 16 Mississippi State vs. No. 1 Alabama

It would be a rematch … and part of the problem with a 16-team format.

No. 15 Florida vs. No. 2 Clemson

Ooooooh. How mad would No. 2 Clemson be to have to deal with this defense as a 15 seed?

No. 14 NC State vs. No. 3 Notre Dame

Ryan Finley would be on display to bomb away against the Irish? It would be a wild ride.

No. 13 Syracuse vs. No. 4 Michigan

If everything went according to plan, the Michigan defense would take down the Orange O.

No. 12 UCF vs. No. 5 Georgia

Color Georgia really, really grouchy for having to deal with this offense with a chip on its shoulder.

No. 11 Kentucky vs. No. 6 Oklahoma

The slow-and-go defensive style vs. the high-octane offense. It would be a blast.

No. 10 Ohio State vs. No. 7 LSU

In reality, the lower seed here has a real shot at actually getting into the College Football Playoff. The higher seed doesn’t.

No. 9 West Virginia vs. No. 8 Washington State

This … would … be … awesome. Set the over/under at 341.5.

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