Posted: 2/10/2012 1:15:19 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by BigGame90:
Or add how you would fix/ alter it.
How to fix the NCAA college football championship game.
We all know the madness that goes on at the end of the college football season. Who's number 2 and 3? Number 1 is usually pretty clear, however it's never a guarantee. There will always be an argument over 2 and 3. I have come up with the solution to fix the controversy. My plan would actually benefit the 3 seed, as well as 10 others.
Here is my idea for a "play-off" system for the NCAA.
Top 10 qualify. ( I would rather who should be 10 over 11, rather then 2 over 3).
1 seed bye
2 seed bye
3 v 10
4 v 9
5 v 8
6 v 7
1 v highest seed
2 v second highest seed
Lowest seed v second lowest seed.
Lowest seed automatically advances to the championship game
2 remaining play for a chance to be the away team for the championship game.
Championship game. - lowest seed gets home field- (Neutral site like the current situation, or even allow for the home team to host the game! support the local)
1st seed would have to win 2 games
2nd lowest seed would have to win 3 games
3-10 would have to win 4 games.
This way the 1st seed would have to win 2 games ( with having byes in
between games to rest, and game plan etc. They are the 1 seed so they
should have the advantage of having to win less games, they proved
during the regular season they are the best team in college they should
only have to beat 2 of the top 10 teams.)
Lowest team would always have the home field.
A total of 9 games for the top 10 teams in NCAA, instead of 5.
The country would be able to see talent from the top 10 schools on a national level. If you win, you get another game in front of a national audience.
Makes the regular season more meaningful for ranked teams.
1 through 6 all get a home field game
3 seed has a chance for 2 home games, if 3 gets upset then 4 seed gets a second home game and so on.
Rest of the teams get a bowl game.
too many extra games.