by Larry LeoJune 13, 2021
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While on ESPN’s Marty & McGee on Saturday, Georgia head coach Kirby Smart gave his reaction to the potential changes coming to the College Football Playoff. Sounds like the Georgia head coach is in support of the new 12-team postseason...
“Most changes have been relatively small,” Smart said, via ESPN.com. “With the potential of what’s been proposed … [it’s] probably the greatest change there has been in terms of major college football.”
“I think a lot of this is going to boil down to strength of schedule,” Smart continued. “For a long time now we have been trying to build up our future strength of schedule, because it’s not the losses that are going to kill you; it’s not playing the best teams. We’ve tried to go out and schedule major Power 5s across our scheduling system all the way out with the hopes that this would give us the opportunity to go play some really good teams. And losses won’t kill you when you start talking about top 12. You’ve got to have a powerful schedule and go play good teams.”
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