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Tigerrotti
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2012
304 posts

If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
Who would make the cut? What SEC teams would be left out besides Vandy?


MSHawg1
Arkansas Fan
Bad-assistan
Member since Jun 2018
5046 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
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Who would make the cut?

Ironically, LSU would not. There have been 30+ teams more relevant than LSU over the last ten years. tDecline is real.


Froman
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2007
27305 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
You know damn well LSU would make the cut.


Tigerrotti
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2012
304 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
Washington
Oregon
Stanford
USC
UCLA
Arizona St
Texas
Texas A&M

Colorado
Nebraska
Oklahoma
Wisconsin
Notre Dame
Michigan
Michigan St
Ohio St

LSU
Alabama
Auburn
Tennessee
Clemson
Georgia
Florida
Florida St

Penn St
West Virginia
Virginia Tech
Miami (FL)
?
?
?
?


AHouseDivided
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2011
6531 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
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Ironically, LSU would not. There have been 30+ teams more relevant than LSU over the last ten years. tDecline is real.




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Lordofwrath88
Alabama Fan
Tuscaloosa
Member since Oct 2012
6512 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
Premier League

Notre Dame
Ohio State
Michigan
Michigan State
Wisconsin
Penn State
West Virginia
Clemson
Arkansas
Tennessee
LSU
Alabama
Auburn
Georgia
Georiga Tech
Florida
Florida State
Miami
Texas
Texas A&M
Oklahoma
Nebraska
Utah
Washington
Washington State
Oregon
Oregon State
Arizona State
California
Stanford
USC
UCLA


Championship
Minnesota
Illinois
Iowa
Iowa State
Purdue
Boston College
Cincinnati
Virginia
Virginia Tech
North Carolina
Duke
North Carolina
South Carolina
Louisville
Kentucky
Missouri
Ole Miss
Mississippi State
South Florida
Central Florida
Texas Tech
Baylor
Oklahoma State
Kansas
Kansas State
TCU
Colorado
BYU
Arizona
Wyoming
Boise State
Hawaii


League One
Northwestern
Indiana
Western Michigan
Central Michigan
Akron
Kent State
Pitt
Syracuse
Appalachian State
Vanderbilt
Memphis
UAB
Wake Forest
East Carolina
Tulane
Florida Atlantic
Florida International
Louisiana Lafayette
Louisiana Monroe
SMU
Rice
Utah State
Montana
Eastern Washington
North Dakota State
Colorado State
New Mexico State
Nevada
Fresno State
Army
Navy
Airforce


League Two
Connecticut
Massachusetts
Temple
Buffalo
Toledo
Youngstown State
Bowling Green
Eastern Michigan
Miami Ohio
Ball State
Northern Illinois
Marshall
Old Dominion
Western Kentucky
Middle Tennessee
Arkansas State
Georgia State
South Alabama
Jacksonville State
Southern Miss
Louisiana Tech
North Texas
UTEP
New Mexico
Southern Utah
Tulsa
Idaho
South Dakota State
UNLV
Cal Poly
San Diego State

This post was edited on 12/15 at 1:21 pm


jnethe1
LSU Fan
Youngsville
Member since Dec 2012
6378 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
lmao..... you’re full of it...


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shotcaller1
Georgetown Fan
Member since Oct 2014
7501 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
Out of the sec and assuming 6 min per conference and 2 floaters

Bama
Texas A&M
Auburn
Georgia
Florida
UT
La. State is a floater if available



Texas Weazel
Texas A&M Fan
San Felipe, TX
Member since Oct 2016
5874 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
I like how LSU fans took the bait.


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KingNOLA
LSU Fan
Your wifes dreams
Member since Sep 2018
373 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
Tennessee and A&M over LSU?




STFU







And STTDB
This post was edited on 12/15 at 1:12 pm


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kingbob
LSU Fan
Sorrento, LA
Member since Nov 2010
48780 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
Definitely in
LSU
Alabama
Georgia
Tennessee
Florida
Texas A&M

Bubble:
Arkansas
Auburn

Out:
South Carolina
Kentucky
Mizzou
Vanderbilt
Ole Miss
Miss State

The Big 12 would only get Texas and Oklahoma

ACC gets Syracuse, Florida St, Clemson, Virginia Tech, and Miami for sure.
Plus maybe North Carolina and Boston college

Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, Nebraska, and Wisconsin are in plus
Iowa, Michigan St, and Minnesota.

USC, UCLA, Oregon, Stanford, Colorado, Washington, and Arizona St are in.


MeatPants
In your kitchen 24-7
Member since Nov 2015
4993 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
Iowa and Oklahoma state are way more relevant programs than freaking Oregon state

Or tenners for god sakes


UltimaParadox
Alabama Fan
Huntsville
Member since Nov 2008
10993 posts
 Online 

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
SEC 6 teams

Alabama
Georgia
Auburn
Tennessee
Florida
Texas A&M

LSU would be in the FCS, since their fans don't want to be in a league they can't win. They don't even want to be in the SEC.


AstroAg17
Texas A&M Fan
Member since Oct 2015
754 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
6 per conference? That would be stupid. The SEC has 10 programs better than the Pac12 or big 12’s 5th best program.


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beaverfever
Arkansas Fan
Little Rock
Member since Jan 2008
20158 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
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Iowa and Oklahoma state are way more relevant programs than freaking Oregon state

Or tenners for god sakes
Tennessee is an infinitely more relevant college football program than Oklahoma State and it's a solid tier above Iowa. Iowa would probably make the cut of 32 but Oklahoma State wouldn't be close. Oregon State would be lucky if they were in the next group of 32.


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BurgTiger
Missouri Fan
Member since Feb 2014
1045 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
1st it would be city dominant and not state dominant like college football due to market size.


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morriscat2
Vanderbilt Fan
tennessee
Member since Jun 2012
1298 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
What a stupid azz question. Not only is it stupid, it would make the college game like the boring NFL.


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bigpapamac
South Alabama Fan
Mobile, AL
Member since Oct 2007
20656 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
I can only come up with 23 sure things off the top of my head, but I'm sure I'm missing somebody.

Alabama
Auburn
Florida
Georgia
LSU
Tennessee
Texas A&M

Oklahoma
Texas

Clemson
Florida St
Miami

Michigan
Michigan St
Ohio St
Penn St
Wisconsin

Oregon
Stanford
USC
UCLA
Washington

Notre Dame

EDIT: Add Virginia Tech and West Virginia and I'm still only at 25. Nebraska I suppose based on history gets it to 26.
This post was edited on 12/15 at 3:22 pm


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MaroonNation
Mississippi St. Fan
StarkVegas, Mississippi, Bitch!
Member since Nov 2010
19825 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
Everyone that keeps putting Texas A&M in over State does realize State has a winning record against them, correct?


Trumansfangs
Missouri Fan
Town & Country
Member since Sep 2018
1221 posts

re: If College Football shrunk to 32 teams like the NFL?
Maybe they'd go by tv markets ?

New York (#1)
Los Angeles (#2)
Chicago (#3)
Philadelphia (#4)
Dallas-Fort Worth (#5)
Washington, D.C. (Hagerstown) (#6)
Houston (#7)
San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose (#8)
Boston (Manchester) (#9)
Atlanta (#10)
Tampa-St. Petersburg (Sarasota) (#11)
Phoenix (Prescott) (#12)
Seattle-Tacoma (#13)
Detroit (#14)
Minneapolis-St. Paul (#15)
Miami-Fort Lauderdale (#16)
Denver (#17)
Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne (#18)
Cleveland-Akron (Canton) (#19)
Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto (#20)
St. Louis (#21)
Portland, OR (#22)
Charlotte (#23)
Pittsburgh (#24)
Raleigh-Durham (Fayetteville) (#25)
Baltimore (#26)
Nashville (#27)
Indianapolis (#28)
San Diego (#29)
Salt Lake City (#30)
San Antonio (#31)
Kansas City (#32)

media market rankings


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