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On Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 1:35:53 PM UTC-5, JGibson wrote:
> Maybe I'm in the minority, but the way I see it, it allows enough teams in to get all the teams
that actually have arguments for #1 while also being small enough to keep the regular season really
> Yes, the team now favored to win is the only one of the 4 in not to have a legitimate argument for
#1 as we headed to the CFP.  But it's a flawed team with 1 single loss - the same # the other three
teams had.
> It also still allows the bowl system to exist and for those of us in cold climates to make trips
to California, Arizona, Florida, or Texas if we want to and center those trips around football.