My Post-Seasons

Well, it is time for me to post my post-seasons of FBS college football. If I had a college football video game, I would have been more than happy to simulate and record the games on there, and post them on this site. Anyway, the post-seasons I'm going to show will be Bowl-Bracket post-season and the Contenders Playoffs. Both systems are based on 1 of 3 rankings: AP Poll, CFP Poll, and the ABS Poll* (My PA Poll). Also, each one has a 6-team College Football Playoffs, because I solely believe that it is needed over the 4-team current system. The 6-team playoffs will have its Quarter-Finals during Week 17. Please comment on my post-season systems and thank you for coming to my site.


*-ABS Poll 1.0 = ABS Poll G5*.5 (I didn't create post-seasons for the ABS Poll Power 5, because it looks too similar to the AP and CFP polls.)

 

Bowl-Bracket Playoffs

Bowl-Bracket playoffs is a system that changes the major 4 bowls (outside the 2 bowls for the CFP) into 4-team playoff brackets. The system is designed to give most of the remaining ranked teams (outside of the chosen 6 for the CFP) to play in a major bowl game. The brackets can only allow one team per conference, and no teams can be in the same bracket if they have faced each other during the regular season. The brackets are created with the #1 Seed team (one of the top ranked conference teams) hosting the #4 Seed team in the bracket; and the #2 Seed team will host the #3 Seed team. These semi-final games will be played during Week 16 at the hosting teams' campus. The winners of the semi-finals will play in the corresponding bowl game (regularly scheduled by the sponsors). Listed below are 4 scenarios of this system for the 2014-15 post-season. Thanks for reading this and please comment on it.

Contenders Playoffs (Coming Soon)

Contenders playoffs is a system that uses the major 4 bowls (outside the 2 bowls for the CFP) and the Citrus Bowl as championship games for five 4-team playoff brackets. The brackets are named by classes and a Wild Card Bracket; Class A is the highest, Class D is the lowest before the Wild Card Bracket. The system is designed to give most of the remaining ranked teams (outside of the chosen 6 for the CFP) to play in a major bowl game. The champion of each bracket will be ranked at the start of the following season, and will not be able to fall below that pre-season rank until the team loses a game. The brackets can only allow one team per conference, and no teams can be in the same bracket if they have faced each other during the regular season. The brackets are created with the #1 Seed team hosting the #4 Seed team in the bracket; and the #2 Seed team will host the #3 Seed team. These semi-final games will be played during Week 16 at the hosting teams' campus. The winners of the semi-finals will play in the major bowl game (regularly scheduled and chosen by the sponsors). Listed below are 4 scenarios of this system for the 2014-15 post-season. Thanks for reading this and please comment on it.