Saturday, January 02, 2016

Saturday--January 2nd, 2016

Ohio State routed Notre Dame 44-28 in the Fiesta Bowl.

So far, bowl teams UMass played are 2-3; Akron and Toledo won, Bowling Green, Temple and Notre Dame lost.


After watching Christian McCafferty and Stanford in the Rose Bowl last night, can there be any argument against a larger college football playoff?

A FCS-like 16 teams would be perfect. Five league champions from the Power Five and five champions from the Group-of-Five. The remaining six slots would be by power rankings and would likely all be from the Power Five group. Teams like Stanford would be in the hunt for a National Championship, rather than being left out with one loss.


The average ticket price for the National Championship game is currently about $1,400...


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yup. Yours is a logical, rational, sensible and dare I say, perfect, solution to the conundrum that is the new FBS playoff scenario. Absolutely.