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Alright, about a year ago I posted a bracket up here for the BCS playoff.  Here's the link to it: http://www.fannation.com/blogs/post/489779-my-bcs-playoff-system

Once again I'd like to remind you that outside of the 12 teams playing in the playoff, all of the other bowl games will still be in place for teams who did not make  the playoffs (this might need some new bowl qualifications to be created.

*Note: I would like to post this to expose the flaws of my past ideas and maybe make this even better.  Instead of the ACC getting an automatic bid into this playoff I have decided to change this to the Pac 10.

I'll Start with the seeds:

1) Auburn (receives first SEC automatic bid)

2) Oregon (receives first Pac 10 automatic bid)

3) Oklahoma (receives first Big 12 automatic bid)

(seeds 4-10 are all at-large bids)

4) TCU

5) Stanford

6) Wisconsin

7) Ohio State

8) Arkansas

9) Michigan State

10) Boise State

11) LSU (receives second SEC automatic bid)

12) Missouri (receives second Big 12 bid)

* Starting in 2011 Big 12 would only receive 1 automatic bid due to being a smaller conference.  Instead the Big 10 would receive a second, or ACC would receive one.

First Round:

Game 1: Stanford .vs. Missouri

Game 2: Wisconsin .vs. LSU

Game 3: Ohio State .vs. Boise State

Game 4: Arkansas .vs. Michigan State

*Winner advances to round 2 and loser plays in a bowl game

Round 2 (Quarterfinals):

Game 5) Auburn .vs. Winner of Game #4

Game 6) Oregon .vs. Winner of Game #3

Game 7) Oklahoma .vs. Winner of Game #2

Game 8) TCU .vs. Winner of Game #1

*Winner advances to round 3 and loser plays in a bowl game

Round 3 (Semi-Finals):

Game 9) Winner of game #5 .vs. Winner of Game #8

Game 10) Winner of game #6 .vs. Winner of Game #7

*Winner advances to round 5 and losers advance to round 4

Round 4 (3rd place game):

Game 11) Loser of game #9 .vs. Loser of game #10

Round 5 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME):

Game 12) Winner of game #9 .vs. Winner of game #10

Obviously this would work out alot differently than the current system.  I see my flaws as keeping the ACC out of this (VT would've been next at-large) and some might think the SEC having 3 teams is unfair, however I think it is completely fair.

 

 
January 5, 2011  01:32 AM ET

its a good idea. dont let the bear see this though. hell go nuts over bama not being in this...

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