Playoff? Nov 18, 2008 12:23:14 GMT -8
Post by Pittfan78 on Nov 18, 2008 12:23:14 GMT -8
Initially, I was against how he laid it out, but, it makes the most sense, and there'd be plenty o'money for all involved. Which is what the whole thing is about anyway.
Here you go, i found what his 2007 playoff would look like:
For those familiar with my playoff proposal this is what 2007 would look like. Enjoy !
2007 BCS Playoffs
Automatic bids to Conference Champions with 7 I-A wins in the regular season. At-Large bids go to the highest ranked teams left in the BCS Poll to fill out the field of 16.
01. Ohio State - Big 10
02. LSU - SEC
03. Virginia Tech - ACC
04. Oklahoma - Big XII
05. Georgia* - SEC At-Large
06. Missouri* - Big XII At-Large
07. USC - Pac 10
08. Kansas* - Big XII At-Large
09. West Virginia - Big East
10. Hawaii - WAC
11. Arizona State* - Pac 10 At-Large
12. Florida* - SEC At-Large
13. BYU - Mountain West
14. Central Florida - Conference USA
15. Florida Atlantic - Sunbelt
16. Central Michigan - MAC
01. Ohio State
08. Central Michigan
05. West Virginia
06. Arizona State*
08. Florida Atlantic
02. Virginia Tech
07. Central Florida
BCS National Championship Game - New Orleans, Louisiana -
Bracket I Winner vs Bracket II Winner.
Tier I Bowls (Fiesta, Orange, Rose and Sugar) Top 8 Non Playoff teams.
Illinois, Boston College, Clemson, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Texas, Virginia and South Florida.
Tier II Bowls (Chick Fil-A, Capital One, Outback and Cotton) Top 9-16 Non Playoff teams.
Cincinnati, Auburn, Boise State, UCONN, Oregon State, Arkansas, Oregon and Texas Tech.
Tier III Bowls (Gator, Alamo, Champs Sports and Holiday) Top 17-24 Non Playoff teams.
Air Force, Michigan, Penn State, Utah, Wake Forest, Michigan State, Houston and Kentucky.