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The North Coast Plan: 2012 Final Standings Edition

The North Coast Plan: A 12-Team College Football Playoff Proposal

The North Coast Plan: Mike Mayock Is a Man Edition

The North Coast Plan: A 12-Team College Football Playoff Proposal

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Future of College Football (1of2): Landscape 2020

Part 1: Landscape Part2: CFB Utopia With realignment rumors always swirling and the meetings taking place to determine a playoff format it made me want to look ahead to if/when the dust settles. ...

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BCS Playoff: Top4 or Conf Champs?

Playoff Debate First things first, there is technically a possibility of no playoff when the current BCS agreement expires. Remember, they have agreed to discuss this, but if they can't reach a...

BCS Proposes Four-Team Playoff; Commissioners to Present Options to Conferences

As reported by many (here's SB Nation's always-updating storystream), the results of the ongoing BCS meetings is that a four-team playoff is proposed. Conference commissioners will reportedly take...

K-State Slate: 4.17.12

The Slate is trying. Today, Angel Rodriguez will remain at K-State, BCS playoff proposals and their revenue distribution, Jessica Dorrell hurt all women trying to work in college football, Trent Richardson takes cancer survivor to prom, and Alabama breaks its trophy.

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