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Football: Eliminating divisions for two highest ranked teams in championship games

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It appears the wave of the future is to eliminate divisions in football once the expanded playoffs begin.  This way the two highest ranked teams can duke it out for the conference championship.  If not, conferences risk eliminating themselves from the playoff and/or the highest ranked bowl games.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/report-college-football-divisions-could-be-in-jeopardy/ar-AAL4uO5

https://trojanswire.usatoday.com/2021/06/16/pac-12-needs-to-eliminate-divisions-in-football-for-12-team-playoff/

 

 

 

 

 

  

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Iol I say the mw just goes all in. Throw out conference records all together. Have highest ranked team in cfp host the 2nd highest ranked team in cfp. Winner is mw champ. If only one team is ranked they are declared champ. If no teams are ranked default to old system and have two teams with best conference records play each other. Sure it probably wont be allowed to set up that way but that would give the mw the best chance to get a team in 

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If you're going to go all in like that, I'd said you take the number 1 in the conference and put them up against the highest or second highest ranked team in the conference. Winner is the champ. Reward a team for having a great conference year, while not screwing the chance of the Mountain West from getting a spot. 

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