To anyone that keeps up with college football, it’s obvious that there is a bias. No matter how successful a G5 team will be each year, the committee continues to not reward their accomplishments by ignoring them. Click to read the reason and the solution for why the college football playoff hates the G5.

undefeated equals playoff – who can get there? Going undefeated in a Power Five conference is hard. It has been done six times in the five-year college football playoff era, and only by teams.

These five teams could crash the New Year’s Eve party and earn the major bowl bid later this year. As you know, there’s one at-large berth reserved for the highest-ranked G5 team in the College Football Playoff poll. Last year, it was Western Michigan earning a bid to the Cotton Bowl where it lost to Wisconsin.

Last season it was. It’s not something a G5 team can do by pulling together a great team once. They need to be like TCU or Boise State and establish a reputation first by beating P5 teams every chance they get as well as winning their regular schedule. Establish a pattern of getting into high profile bowls and winning there. Then they’ll get a chance.

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Rather than collecting the scraps from the table of the P5 schools, what if the G5 broke off and created their own system for determining a national champion. The 2008 season was a particularly interesting one in college football as there were four major programs with a case for inclusion in a playoff between 11-1 Texas, 11-1 Oklahoma, 11-1 USC, and then 11-1 Florida. You’d have to assume that if we’d had a four-team playoff in 2008 that those four teams would have been given the nod over Utah.

Of course some of the best G5 teams will beat bad P5 teams.. There is 0 reasons why it can be run like FCS. FCS has playoffs. Unlike the FBS college board bs where we all know at least three teams who will be in the playoffs there’s no guarantee who will be in it at the end.. Went up when.