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How to have a 4, 6, 8, 14, 16, or 44 team College Football Playoff!

 

College Football Playoffs!

How to have a 4, 6, 8, 14, 16, or 44 team playoff! 

 

 

 


 

Current 4 team College Football Playoff:
 

 – Teams play a 12 game regular season schedule, Conference Championships, and up to 2 National Playoff Games for max of 15 games.

 


 

Possible 6 team College Football Playoff:
 

– The Power 5 Conference Champions plus the highest ranked non Champion all seeded by ranking.
 – Teams play a 12 game regular season schedule, Conference Championships, and up to 3 National Playoff Games for max of 16 games.

 


 

Possible 8 team College Football Playoff:
 

 – The Power 5 Conference Champions plus the 3 highest ranked non Champion all seeded by ranking.
 – Teams play a 12 game regular season schedule, Conference Championships, and up to 3 National Playoff Games for max of 16 games.

 


 

Possible 14 team College Football Playoff:
 

– The 10 Division 1 Conference Champions plus the 4 highest ranked non Champions all seeded by ranking.
 – Teams play an 11 game regular season schedule, Conference Championships, and up to 3 National Playoff Games for a max of 15 games.

 


 

Possible 16 team College Football Playoff:
 

– The 10 Division 1 Conference Champions plus the 4 highest ranked non Champions all seeded by ranking.
 – Teams play an 11 game regular season schedule, Conference Championships. and up to 4 National Playoff Games for a max of 16 games.
 – Teams from the same Conference playing in the first round could be switched up or down 1 seed.

 


 

Possible 44 team College Football Playoff:
 

– The 10 Division 1 Conferences plus the Independents end their season with a 4 team playoff taking the top 2 from each division.
 – Then the 11 winners seed into the following bracket based on strength of the league as ranked by the committee.
 – Teams play a 10 game regular season, up to 2 games in the Conference Playoffs and likely no more than 3 games in the National Playoffs.
 – Non playoff teams can schedule their final 2 games to become Bowl eligible.


 

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