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Re: 2022-23 College Football Thread
« Reply #15 on: September 02, 2022, 03:13:10 PM »

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Notre Dame down to #9. 

How the once mighty have fallen.

What do you mean? Aren't they #5?   ???
He was referring to the article which has them list #9 in google searches. 

Re: 2022-23 College Football Thread
« Reply #16 on: September 02, 2022, 03:22:02 PM »

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Notre Dame down to #9. 

How the once mighty have fallen.

They have not truly been mighty since the 1980s

Re: 2022-23 College Football Thread
« Reply #17 on: September 02, 2022, 03:31:44 PM »

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12 team football playoff approved?


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Re: 2022-23 College Football Thread
« Reply #18 on: September 02, 2022, 03:34:50 PM »

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12 team football playoff approved?

https://twitter.com/NicoleAuerbach

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The College Football Playoff Board of Managers has approved a 12-team CFP by unanimous vote, a source tells The Athletic.

The new format will feature the six highest-ranked champions and six highest-ranked at-larges.


While some issues, like the location of games and the role of bowl games, have yet to be resolved, sources said earlier this week that Friday’s decision coming from the 11 presidents and chancellors who make up the CFP Board of Management would be a “top-down” move to get the ball rolling. Details will be worked out by the 10 FBS commissioners and Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick beginning next week, when they meet in Dallas.

Efforts to expand the CFP prior to the end of its current contract, which runs through the 2025-26 football season, failed last winter. The Big Ten, ACC and Pac-12 all voted against early expansion for various reasons.

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Re: 2022-23 College Football Thread
« Reply #19 on: September 02, 2022, 03:48:24 PM »

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12 team football playoff approved?

https://twitter.com/NicoleAuerbach

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The College Football Playoff Board of Managers has approved a 12-team CFP by unanimous vote, a source tells The Athletic.

The new format will feature the six highest-ranked champions and six highest-ranked at-larges.


While some issues, like the location of games and the role of bowl games, have yet to be resolved, sources said earlier this week that Friday’s decision coming from the 11 presidents and chancellors who make up the CFP Board of Management would be a “top-down” move to get the ball rolling. Details will be worked out by the 10 FBS commissioners and Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick beginning next week, when they meet in Dallas.

Efforts to expand the CFP prior to the end of its current contract, which runs through the 2025-26 football season, failed last winter. The Big Ten, ACC and Pac-12 all voted against early expansion for various reasons.

This story will be updated.
Amazing how much crap Sankey took for negotiating the 12-team proposal.  Now after the B1G did their power play grabbing USC and UCLA the proposal just slides right on through. 

Re: 2022-23 College Football Thread
« Reply #20 on: September 02, 2022, 04:05:58 PM »

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So using that system last year

The 6 highest rated conference champions were in order

Alabama
Michigan
Cincinnati
Baylor
Utah
Pittsburgh

And the 6 highest ranked non-champions in order

Georgia
Notre Dame
Ohio State
Mississippi
Oklahoma St.
Michigan St.

If I recall from last summer the top 4 seeds were going to be the 4 highest rated champions who would have had a bye, and then the rest would have been seeded by rank. 

So that would have been:

1. Alabama
2. Michigan
3. Cincinnati
4. Baylor
5. Georgia
6. Notre Dame
7. Ohio State
8. Mississippi
9. Oklahoma State
10. Michigan State
11. Utah
12. Pittsburgh


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Notre Dame vs. Utah - winner plays Cincinnati
Ohio State vs. Michigan St. - winner plays Michigan
Mississippi vs. Oklahoma St. - winner plays Alabama
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« Reply #21 on: September 02, 2022, 04:20:56 PM »

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Brett McMurphy is saying first round on campus, quarters & semis at bowl sites. 


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Re: 2022-23 College Football Thread
« Reply #22 on: September 02, 2022, 05:33:35 PM »

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Expanded playoffs = more SEC and Big10 teams make the playoffs. The smaller conferences will still get screwed, for the most part.

Re: 2022-23 College Football Thread
« Reply #23 on: September 02, 2022, 05:35:58 PM »

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Expanded playoffs = more SEC and Big10 teams make the playoffs. The smaller conferences will still get screwed, for the most part.

What smaller conferences?  I thought they were all just joining the Big 20 and SEC.

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« Reply #24 on: September 02, 2022, 05:36:16 PM »

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The TV contract for this new playoff is gonna be ridiculous $$$.

Hopefully, it gets split up a bit between the networks.  Having ESPN broadcast everything has become pretty tiresome.


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Re: 2022-23 College Football Thread
« Reply #25 on: September 02, 2022, 06:48:42 PM »

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And the 13th team will be mad now that they didn’t make it lol.. but I alway said 8 teams, 5 conference winners & 3 at large bid
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Re: 2022-23 College Football Thread
« Reply #26 on: September 02, 2022, 07:10:07 PM »

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It's possible some teams might end up playing a 16 game season. For college kids, that's a ton of football where you have to mix in an academic schedule that includes semi-final and final exams.

It's all gigantic money for the universities on the back of 18-22 teenagers and young men where 99 percent of the kids don't get a dime of the money made on their backs except the free ride for the privilege of going to class, taking exams and doing all the other stuff that's gosh dang hard to do, even without having to basically have a full time job playing football on top of it all.

Those kids love that they can still play ball and might have an avenue to the NFL.....might.....most won't. Being young and naive, I guarantee most would look back happy for what they did, but now recognized, they should have been being paid, allowing them a better lifestyle than the restrictions put upon them. Doing so could help rid college football of booster corruption as kids wouldn't necessarily need the perks boosters give them if they are getting paid.

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« Reply #27 on: September 02, 2022, 07:54:43 PM »

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Expanded playoffs = more SEC and Big10 teams make the playoffs. The smaller conferences will still get screwed, for the most part.
well at least 1 is guaranteed every year, so they will get their shot.
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« Reply #28 on: September 02, 2022, 08:47:00 PM »

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Expanded playoffs = more SEC and Big10 teams make the playoffs. The smaller conferences will still get screwed, for the most part.
The lesser conferences are lucky to be getting a seat at the big boy's table. 

Re: 2022-23 College Football Thread
« Reply #29 on: September 03, 2022, 01:14:10 AM »

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It's possible some teams might end up playing a 16 game season. For college kids, that's a ton of football where you have to mix in an academic schedule that includes semi-final and final exams.

It's all gigantic money for the universities on the back of 18-22 teenagers and young men where 99 percent of the kids don't get a dime of the money made on their backs except the free ride for the privilege of going to class, taking exams and doing all the other stuff that's gosh dang hard to do, even without having to basically have a full time job playing football on top of it all.

Those kids love that they can still play ball and might have an avenue to the NFL.....might.....most won't. Being young and naive, I guarantee most would look back happy for what they did, but now recognized, they should have been being paid, allowing them a better lifestyle than the restrictions put upon them. Doing so could help rid college football of booster corruption as kids wouldn't necessarily need the perks boosters give them if they are getting paid.

Nick I agree with what you said, but most kids at these big schools that will be in the playoffs are actually now making money, in some cases quite substantial money from nil