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RE: How did no Championship game workout for B12 in 2014?
Nobody is getting added, Wilkie, much to your dismay. But keep dreaming.

As for TCU and Baylor getting left out of the playoff picture, there's a simple explanation. Neither Baylor nor TCU are "name" programs. Ohio State is a "name," and the playoff committee found themselves unable to deny the draw of the name. It's that simple.

I happen to like the Big XII. It's a better football and basketball conference than the ACC. Check the RPI comparison. 05-stirthepot
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