Posts Tagged ‘ncaa playoff’

ACC Looking to Ride Some SEC Coattails

By Posted on: February 11th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 14 Comments »
NCAA Football: BCS National Championship-Florida State vs Auburn

                                                                                                                       Image: CBS SportsLast week an interesting proposal came down from ACC commish John Swofford that the ACC, now considering the possibility of playing nine conference games, would forgo that extra contest and play eight if they could instead have each team schedule at least one SEC opponent every year. Also on the ACC’s wish list; Continue Story…

Crowded Conferences May Spell End For Divisions As We Know Them

By Posted on: January 28th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 8 Comments »
SEC divisions

The SEC was the first conference in the country to move to divisional play in 1992 to utilize an obscure NCAA rule that permitted a conference championship game to be added between the two divisional champs. It further dictates that each division must have an equal number of teams and that each team play every Continue Story…

Pat Dye’s Pants Step into Controversy

By Posted on: October 8th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 88 Comments »
pat dyes pants

Pat Dye has weighed into controversy for the first time in a while by declaring that former secretary of state Condoleeza Rice  isn’t, er, eh, qualified… to sit on next year’s FBS playoff selection committee. Sounds legit coming from Pat:“All she knows about football is what somebody told her. Or what she read in a book or Continue Story…