The FWAA and NFF have announced the formation of the “FWAA-NFF Grantland Rice Super 16” college football poll beginning with the 2014 season. Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
The College Football Championship Game will be played in Glendale in 2016 and Tampa in 2017, playoff organizers officially announced today. Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
The College Football Playoff Selection Committed was officially announced this afternoon by executive director Bill Hancock. Also announced was a general format for the selection of teams. Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
Cowboys Stadium will host the first ever College Football Championship Game, playoff organizers officially announced this evening. Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
“College Football Playoff” is the new name for the upcoming 4-team college football playoff, which begins after the completion of the 2014 regular-season. Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
The four-team college football playoff is set to begin after the 2014 regular season, and the group that oversees the playoff has now invited 31 bowls to bid for the right to host semifinal games. They can also bid on other games to be played on New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day.
The deadline for the bowls to submit their proposals has been set for March 27, 2013, which is just under two weeks away. Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
The Rose Bowl and the Sugar Bowl will host the first college football playoff semifinals on Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015, BCS conference commissioners have announced.
The AT&T Cotton Bowl is said to be the “prohibitive favorite” to host the first national title game, which will feature a match-up between the winners of the two semifinal games. It would be played at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington on Monday, Jan. 12, 2015. Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
The BCS Presidential Oversight Committee approved a four-team college football playoff this afternoon. The playoff will begin after the conclusion of the 2014 regular season.
The committee, which consists of one president from each of the BCS conferences plus Notre Dame, made their announcement today after a meeting in Washington, DC.
A selection committee, the details of which haven’t been decided yet, will seed the playoff teams 1-4. Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
Commissioners of the BCS conferences announced today that they have reached a consensus for a four-team college football playoff. Their proposal will be presented to the Presidential Oversight Committee on Tuesday in Washington, DC.
Details of the four-team playoff, including how the teams will be selected and whether there will be a requirement for teams to win their conference championship, were ironed out in a series of meetings. Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
In a conference call this morning, the Big Ten Conference announced that their presidents prefer the “status quo” over a four-team college football playoff.
“If the Big Ten presidents were to vote today, we would vote for the status quo,” Nebraska chancellor Harvey Perlman said on the conference call. “We think it best serves college football. We think it best protects our student-athletes. I don’t think any of us are anxious … to ask our student-athletes to play a 15th game.” Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
Bowl Championship Series officials have narrowed their discussions for a college football playoff to four options, USA TODAY has reported.
Among the scenarios is a controversial “four teams plus” format. Under that proposal, the field would contain six teams and would preserve the traditional Big Ten vs. Pac-12 match-up in the Rose Bowl. Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
Commissioners from the BCS conferences are meeting in Dallas today to continue discussions for a potential college football playoff.
After last month’s meeting, the “plus-one” format seemed to be the leader of all the options presented. That model would pit the winners of two semifinal games against each other in a national championship game. Read Full Story »Read Full Story »
College football is moving closer and closer to a playoff beginning with the 2014 season. President Barack Obama has been a big proponent of a college football playoff and recently sat down with Grantland.com’s Bill Simmons to talk about that issue, among others.
Obama told Simmons that he prefers an 8-team playoff, but that “four is a good place to start.” Read Full Story »Read Full Story »