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All the recent realignments in college football has wheels turning on how to make it all work in an interesting way. One idea is this relegation proposal that was gaining some traction on social media over the weekend...
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Notclamdip10 months
Florida too high
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Timeoday10 months
64 team NCAA Football Championship playoff begins 2nd weekend of December. Championship Game is played 2nd weekend ofJanuary,

The boys are getting paid now. It is time to turn it up a notch.
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TNTigerman10 months
Go back to the Pac 8, MAC, SEC, ACC, OVC, SWC, Big 10, Big 8, Big Sky, etc.
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Miami in the same league as South Alabama. LOL
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wesman2110 months
LOL, the money will never be right for this, but I see where people are thinking.
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ezride2510 months
I never thought I’d miss the bcs, but I do.
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SomeLSUguy10 months
After about 3 years, you would end up with 12 SEC teams in the Premier division and you would essentially have... the conferences as we know them today.
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SuperOcean10 months
Have no idea about relegation in the EPL but.... No way I can see OU being below KState/TCU because of a single year. CFB does still have the "college" element
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Ssubba10 months
You couldn't do this system because in college football a team in the second tier could be good enough to win a national title. A better system would be bottom four of a P5 conference being relegated to the Sun Belt, Mountian West, etc.
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Bige1110 months
I actually like it
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Melkor10 months
No
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Jon A thon10 months
Is this something that is set up each season? So top x amount move up to the next league next year? So a team might need 4 years to get to get a shot at a championship, then all those players are gone? This is the dumbest thing I've ever seen.
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TexasSinger10 months
No it won’t soccer boy
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gamecockman1210 months
What a stupid post.
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SECdragonmaster10 months
679 replies is “getting traction?” It’s a Dumb Twitter post followed by an even dumber report on it followed by an even dumber time spent to comment on it.
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Who_Dat_Tiger10 months
It’s just some UK soccer junkie shite. Set up exactly like their tier system with the exact same league names even
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