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RE: Will Ohio State out trigger a move to 8-team playoff?
Go big.

B1G-PAC and SEC-ACC mergers then expand each mega conference and divide into five or six divisions. Divide up the Big 12 and Notre Dame plus some callups to fill in the gaps.

Division winners and wild cards play in a tournament to see who plays in the B1G-PAC championship at the Rose Bowl and the SEC-ACC championship at the Sugar or Orange Bowl. B1G-PAC and SEC-ACC quarterfinals first weekend in December at top seeds' home fields. Semi-finals second weekend in December at pre-determined venues.

Rose and Sugar/Orange bowl winners play in the College Football National Championship.

This year, the B1G-PAC and SEC-ACC tournament participants would be as follows:

B1G-PAC
(1)Oklahoma (South Div)[11-1]
(2)Wisconsin (North Div)[12-0]
(3)Ohio St. (East Div)[10-2]
(4)Penn St. (Wild Card)[10-2]
(5)USC (Pacific Div)[10-2]
(6)Stanford (West Card)[9-3]
(7)Washington (Wild Card)[10-2]
(8)Michigan St. (Wild Card)[9-3]

Semifinals in Indianapolis and Santa Clara. Championship at the Rose Bowl.

SEC-ACC
(1)Clemson (Atlantic Div) [11-1]
(2)Auburn (South Div)[10-2]
(3)Alabama (Wild Card)[11-1]
(4)Georgia (East Div)[11-1]
(5)Miami (Coastal Div)[10-1]
(6)TCU (West Div)[10-2]
(7)UCF (Wild Card)[11-0]
(8)Notre Dame (Wild Card)[9-3]

Semifinals in Atlanta and Arlington. Championship at the Sugar or Orange Bowl.
12-05-2017 12:57 PM
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