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Using the current College Football Playoff Rankings, the12-team playoff would feature four teams from the SEC using the following format rules:
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Format rules:
*6 auto bids to highest ranked conference champs
*6 at-large bids to next highest ranked teams
*top 4 champs get byes
*5-8 seeds host on-campus 1st round games
Current CFP Rankings:
1. Georgia 12-0
2. Michigan 12-0
3. Washington 12-0
4. Florida State 12-0
5. Oregon 11-1
6. Ohio State 11-1
7. Texas 11-1
8. Alabama 11-1
9. Missouri 10-2
10. Penn State 10-2
11. Mississippi 10-2
12. Oklahoma 10-2
13. LSU 9-3
14. Louisville 10-2
15. Arizona 9-3
16. Iowa 10-2
17. Notre Dame 9-3
18. Oklahoma State 9-3
19. NC State 9-3
20. Oregon State 8-4
21. Tennessee 8-4
22. Tulane 11-1
23. Clemson 8-4
24. Liberty 12-0
25. Kansas State 8-4
Filed Under: SEC Football

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razthecat3 months
That looks like a pretty badass playoff to be honest.
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ALhunter3 months
Realistically SEC should get 2 auto bids once TX/OU join.
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Demosthenian3 months
Lemme get this straight:
• SEC gets 5 teams in (incl. TX)
• UGA gets an auto rematch, which would follow an initial all-SEC game

Sounds like a great solution
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