It seems like everyone has an opinion on what college football should do with its playoff system -- from the players in question to the president of the United States. The only opinion that really counts, however, is that of the BCS and its commissioners, who have just agreed on a plan for a four-team playoff system, starting in 2014. There's still a long way to go before every detail is set in stone, but for now, we know an actual tournament in college football is a go.


Playoff by committee?

The committee will choose playoffs' teams based on factors like rankings and strength of schedule.

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What do you think of having a committee select the teams in a four-team college football playoff?

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Home-field advantage?

The bowl system had teams play on neutral fields, but will that work for a seeded playoff?

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Where should college football playoff games be played?

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    39%
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    61%

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Size of the pool?

College basketball's bracket is getting larger and larger. Should college football follow?

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What would be the ideal size for a playoff system?

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    22%
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    3%
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    14%
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