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Mack Brown idea to revamp the CFP


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5 hours ago, GrandGreen said:

Apparently, you are beyond my ability to make you comprehend.  

 

4 hours ago, untjim1995 said:

Seriously, you mentioned “all the lawsuits”...what did you mean?

Anytime you’re ready, GG...what was your point on all the lawsuits you talked about?

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IMO

dissolve the Big12 into the (4) other P5 conferences with 18 teams each...including Notre Damn. Then have 4 conference championships which leads to the Final Four for National Championship. This equals an 8 team playoff system.

The G5's do the same for a separate National Championship for G5 schools.

No P5 schools should ever play any D2 schools...but P5 & G5 would continue to play each other in D1 play.

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57 minutes ago, greenminer said:

What is preventing the P5 from breaking off ASAP? Are they afraid of lawsuits? Is there some deal breaker that they don’t want to admit to the media? Do they truly need the G5? Do they actually like the current setup, contrary to all this public “break off” talk?

They need the G5’s for home games. For dollars and wins.

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