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Utah, Georgia, Oklahoma and the CFP
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RE: Utah, Georgia, Oklahoma and the CFP
(12-04-2019 03:58 PM)1845 Bear Wrote:  
(12-03-2019 10:32 AM)stever20 Wrote:  
(12-03-2019 09:47 AM)Gamecock Wrote:  Baylor is gonna get left out again.

what's bad is again, their OOC SOS will play a part....

2014- SMU, Northwestern St, Buffalo
2019- Stephen F Austin, UTSA, Rice

you schedule like that, you deserve what you get.

Oh and 2020-22, they play exactly 1 P5 team. Ole Miss next year. (and stop about BYU being a P5 team, they aren't).
1- If BYU isn’t P5 enough than Utah didn’t schedule up either

2- It’s very frustrating as a BU fan that the only year from 2017-2032 where BU doesn’t have a P5 or BYU has to be the year they go 11-1. The effort to schedule up was made but the one exception may burn them.

Or, is the non-conference schedule the very thing that enabled BU to have the successful 11-1 season? We will never know.

This is exactly why the current beauty pageant system for the right to enter the limited playoff is dumb.
12-04-2019 05:48 PM
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