Pay for play should be in playoff
Hard to believe it took scholars from some of the nation’s biggest universities this long to dump the hated BCS and figure out a new format for a college football playoff.
Give a couple of fifth-graders some newly sharpened pencils and a few pieces of lined paper and they could have knocked it out before lunchtime, with a break in between for tag at recess.
Adding two more teams and two new bowls to the national title mix wasn’t so difficult that it needed more than a decade to figure out. Neither was wrapping the two semifinal games around New Year’s, a move that gives them some traditional roots and should be a ratings boost to the legacy bowls.
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