What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
Today’s installment of the audio incarnation of the most interesting independent sports blog on the web deals with the college football playoff. Contrary to what he may think, Larry Culpepper did not invent the current four-team format. It doesn’t really matter, because J-Dub says the current format is actually the worst of both worlds, and instead re-introduces us to a concept he devised back at the inception of the “dump the BCS” debate.
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I agree with you about a 16-team playoff, and I agree that it should be between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. However, if they did that, I am afraid that College Football would have it in January, and then eventually expand so they can have their title game in February sweeps month. I hate that, and it would suck because they are making these players wait a month, but that may happen if that playoff comes true.
Also, if you lose in the playoffs, that would suck if you had to play in a bowl afterward. I know I wouldn’t want to, especially if I had a long NFL career. Wouldn’t want to risk injury in a meaningless bowl game. Surprised more top prospects don’t think that way.
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