What Would The College Football Playoff, New Year's Six Be After The Second Rankings?

What Would The College Football Playoff, New Year's Six Be After The Second Rankings?

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What Would The College Football Playoff, New Year's Six Be After The Second Rankings?

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16 TEAM FORMAT

Let’s go insane. 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.

If you can’t get in THIS, you have no complaint. However, (17) Notre Dame would have a wee bit of a a beef as the No. 15 team.

No. 16 Cincinnati vs. No. 1 LSU

There would be a massive break for the No. 1 seed in this format. MASSIVE.

No. 15 Michigan vs. No. 2 Ohio State

The committee would probably try to do something to work around this, but the rankings are the rankings. There’s no way this would actually happen – one of the two teams would obviously lose the head-to-head before this.

No. 14 Wisconsin vs. No. 3 Clemson

Could Wisconsin impose its will against Clemson? Dabo would be ticked to have to deal with the Badgers over some of the higher seeds.

No. 13 Baylor vs. No. 4 Georgia

It would be a low-scoring slugfest, but Baylor might not score.

No. 12 Auburn vs. No. 5 Alabama

Ohhhhhh, no. This wouldn’t happen in the real world. But it would be a blast.

No. 11 Florida vs. No. 6 Oregon

Would the 11-seed be favored? The Gator secondary would have to step up its all-around game if Oregon started to open it up.

No. 10 Oklahoma vs. No. 7 Utah

Power vs. Flash. Utah would have to grind it out a bit, but it would have to get ready for a shootout.

No. 9 Penn State vs. No. 8 Minnesota

Oh sure, let’s do it again. It was a blast the first time around.

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