Wednesday, December 8, 2010

2nd Annual Coleman Playoff System

If you want to read the original details about the Coleman Playoff System (CPS), you can go read HERE for last year's explanation. I have seen that a few nationally syndicated sports reporters are already copying my system this bowl season.

For the 2010 season, here's how the playoff would start off; taking into account the conference champions, and the remaining highest ranked teams on the BCS Rankings.

Conference Champions (with BCS ranking)
ACC - #13 Virginia Tech
Big 12 - #7 Oklahoma
Big East - (NR) Connecticut
Big Ten - #5 Wisconsin
Conference USA - #25 Central Florida
Mid-American - (NR) Miami (OH)
Mountain West - #3 TCU
Pacific 10 - #2 Oregon
SEC - #1 Auburn
Sunbelt - (NR) Florida International
WAC - #15 Nevada

Remaining 5 Teams (with BCS ranking)
#4 Stanford
#6 Ohio State
#8 Arkansas
#9 Michigan State
#10 Boise State

Here's How The Seeds Would Break Down
#1 Auburn
#2 Oregon
#3 TCU
#4 Stanford
#5 Wisconsin
#6 Ohio State
#7 Oklahoma
#8 Arkansas
#9 Michigan State
#10 Boise State
#11 Virginia Tech
#12 Nevada
#13 Central Florida
#14 Connecticut
#15 Miami (OH)
#16 Florida International

First Round Match-Ups

Auburn versus Florida International
Oregon versus Miami (OH)
TCU versus Connecticut
Stanford versus Central Florida
Wisconsin versus Nevada
Ohio State versus Virginia Tech
Oklahoma versus Boise State
Arkansas versus Michigan State

With that set-up, what are your thoughts on the CPS? I see some interesting match-ups! How about Oklahoma getting revenge on Boise? I see that some good teams are left out of the playoff as well. Missouri, LSU, Oklahoma State. etc.


  1. Meant to put the Wisconsin comment in this one. WI is the Big Ten Champ.

  2. I really can't wait to watch this Oregon vs. Miami! this is a very exciting game! and makes me wanna scream for this!Amanda Vanderpool

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