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College Football Playoffs Expert

2019 College Football Playoff Field, The Way It Should Be

The 2019 college football season has come to a regular season conclusion, all except for the traditional Army/Navy Game and the ten conference championships. If college football were to adopt my expanded playoff format then we would not have to worry about conference championships. The conference championships are purposely designed for increased conference monies. The […]

SMU Ranks Number 1 In The First Weekly Poll

The SMU Mustangs (5-0) are ranked number one in my 2019 college football, first weekly rankings. The SMU Mustangs are not only ranked in my weekly poll, but are ranked in the AP Poll at #23 and receiving votes from the USA Today Coaches Poll for the first time in over 30 years. The reason […]

2019 FBS Data Versus FCS, Media Comments and Time For Change

College Football at the FBS level has always had the challenge of scheduling competitively among each other without ruining traditions and conference scheduling. However, since 1996, FBS programs at the NCAA level of college football has significantly increased it scheduling of FCS (Football Championship Subdivision) programs to not only offer financial assistance to these FCS […]

In Response to Tony Barnhart’s CFB Playoff Questions

In the immortal words of Barney Stinson; character played by Neil Patrick Harris on the CBS television show “How I Met Your Mother”, “challenge accepted”. (Bays, 2005-2014). In your post titled ” So you want an 8-team playoff? Answer these questions first” (Barnhart, 2018), published and posted on the world wide web page TMG Sports, […]

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