A 16-team playoff is the only way to make it work. Scrap the bowls. 11 conference champions + 5 at-large teams. While I realize President-Elect Obama cannot make this happen by himself if he would make this the #1 issue of his administration he would win my vote in 2012. I know this is completely and utterly wrong considering the problems facing our country and this world but that’s just the way I feel. I’ve never been a 1 issue voter before but this would change if this was the 1 issue.
come on. His answer was so tongue and cheek. Everyone contemplating how he would "throw his weight around" needs to take a step back and realize that it was a joke. I know that not everyone likes him, but come on. This thread does not need to end up in the cave.
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For all the redistribution of wealth arguments....
What we should do is give conferences like the MVC, Mountain West, etc one vote. Then we could give the ACC, Big East, and Pac-10 0.80 votes, the Big 12 and The SEC would only get half a vote. The Big 10, of course, would get 1.5 votes. Then we multiply those values by the BCS rankings to determine the top 8 teams in the country and have the playoff.
I'm certain that's how Obama would do it.
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