College Football Playoff, New Year's Six Matchups: What Would They Be After 3rd Rankings?

College Football Playoff, New Year's Six Matchups: What Would They Be After 3rd Rankings?

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College Football Playoff, New Year's Six Matchups: What Would They Be After 3rd 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 Kentucky wouldn’t have a big complaint, and yeah, 16 too large, but …

No. 16 Iowa State vs. No. 1 Alabama

Out of all the lower-seeded teams that might just have the right formula to give Bama issues, Iowa State could be it.

No. 15 Texas vs. No. 2 Clemson

Set the point total way too high considering what these two offenses would bring.

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

Better in brand name than actual talent, Penn State would probably get roasted.

No. 13 Florida vs. No. 4 Michigan

Defense on defense, this would be one of toughest, most physical games of the first round.

No. 12 Syracuse vs. No. 5 Georgia

Syracuse would be fun and dangerous. The team that gave Clemson so many problems would give Georgia fits.

No. 11 UCF vs. No. 6 Oklahoma

Final Score: 62-58.

No. 10 Ohio State vs. No. 7 LSU

Joe Burrow going against Ohio State? If only there was a storyline …

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

This would push UCF-Oklahoma for high-powered points. The two passing games would combine for 800 yards – at least.

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