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RE: Divisional races (CCGs)
(11-12-2017 02:24 PM)stever20 Wrote:  
(11-12-2017 02:14 PM)billybobby777 Wrote:  
(11-12-2017 03:36 AM)stever20 Wrote:  just think what we could see....
ACC- 11-1 Clemson vs 11-0 Miami
Big Ten- 10-2 Ohio St vs 12-0 Wisconsin
Big 12- 11-1 Oklahoma vs 10-2 TCU
MWC- 10-2 Boise vs 10-2 SDSU
SEC- 10-2 Auburn vs 11-1 Georgia
AAC- 11-0 vs 10-1 Memphis

yeah that would be a fun day.

Fixed if for you since the PAC doesn’t play their CCG on Saturday with the rest. Replaced them with the MWC who does. And I have Auburn in over Bamer. It will be a Fun day indeed.

San Diego St to have any chance needs Fresno to lose to Wyoming. Otherwise, Fresno clinches their division. Otherwise it could be 8-4 Fresno St vs 10-2 Boise St in a rematch of a game that happened just the week before.

You are correct Sir. I looked ahead and picked Wyoming to win out. They have have been looking tough and their potential #1 pick Allen is finally looking good.
Big 12 will also feature a recent rematch. TCU vs OU in Texas. Now that will be a dumb idea (CCG) if OU loses.
11-13-2017 08:59 AM
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RE: Divisional races (CCGs)
(11-12-2017 05:18 PM)RUScarlets Wrote:  
(11-12-2017 11:20 AM)EvilVodka Wrote:  
(11-12-2017 10:13 AM)Frog in the Kitchen Sink Wrote:  Turns out the Big 12 probably pocked the wrong year to start a CCg. Probably can only hurt the league.

Yep, it's stupid

Should have either added teams or left it at a round robin

It hurts when you win conference play outright but now you have to win one more game. It doesn't hurt when 2-3 schools have one conference loss each and you need another data point to separate.

Exactly. The B12's problem is that they still only have 10 teams and play the round-robin conference schedule. Let's say the B12 had added two, split into divisions and played only 8 conference games (ideal scenario for maximizing the value of the CCG). The CCG would likely still be Oklahoma v. TCU, but both teams would be 9-1 right now and ranked in the top-8.
11-13-2017 10:26 AM
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RE: Divisional races (CCGs)
(11-13-2017 10:26 AM)YNot Wrote:  
(11-12-2017 05:18 PM)RUScarlets Wrote:  
(11-12-2017 11:20 AM)EvilVodka Wrote:  
(11-12-2017 10:13 AM)Frog in the Kitchen Sink Wrote:  Turns out the Big 12 probably pocked the wrong year to start a CCg. Probably can only hurt the league.

Yep, it's stupid

Should have either added teams or left it at a round robin

It hurts when you win conference play outright but now you have to win one more game. It doesn't hurt when 2-3 schools have one conference loss each and you need another data point to separate.

Exactly. The B12's problem is that they still only have 10 teams and play the round-robin conference schedule. Let's say the B12 had added two, split into divisions and played only 8 conference games (ideal scenario for maximizing the value of the CCG). The CCG would likely still be Oklahoma v. TCU, but both teams would be 9-1 right now and ranked in the top-8.

The Big 12 should add two right now:
UCF: obviously look the best now, but the directional name kills them. The start up program kills them with the country club boys.
USF: obviously looks good now but see UCF. And they are only 1 of 3 schools in college football that doesn’t have a football stadium. The country club boys really hate that.
Memphis: has everything going for it except 1 thing. That one thing didn’t hurt Louisville getting into the ACC though...anything is possible with Louisville getting into the ACC I guess....That one thing is one word and it starts with an A.
Colorado St: looks like a cartel school in every single way. Average athletics right now. They’d be my top pick if I was Big 12 commish.
Cincinnati: they’d be my #12 after Colorado St if I was Big 12 commish as they look like a cartel school in every way.
Tulane: no athletic success. Otherwise an obvious pick
Rice: no athletic success whatsoever. Otherwise an obvious pick.
Uconn: looks like a cartel school in every way except they are an FBS newbie and in New England. A conference stretching from Texas to New England looks ridiculous.

No one else would be considered. Add Cincinnati and Colorado St to the Big 12 and be done with it.
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