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RE: Delaney: 16 team conferences? 8 team playoff?
(12-12-2019 12:06 AM)ColumbusCard Wrote:  Twice. Washington last year and USC in like 2017. So the 5-1-2 model doesnt make qualifying for the playoffs any harder for ND than the current one.

And also for the millionth time, ND wants to stay indy. No matter what the postseason situation was or has been, ND has retained its independence. So why do people keep thinking anyone or anything is going to force ND's hand when it comes to joining a conference?


For however long there have been internet message boards (1995?), people have been hoping, wishing and arguing that this NEXT thing will FORCE ND football into joining a conference.
12-12-2019 12:18 AM
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