The College Football Playoff committee has a larger window of time to make decisions than the conference administrators attempting to start the season on time on Labor Day weekend. For one, they’re waiting just like the rest of us to see when and if the college football season starts on time. The general feeling among Power 5 commissioners is that will happen, and though much can change over the course of two months (as we’ve seen throughout this coronavirus pandemic), there is still time to figure out contingency plans for the College Football Playoffs. For one, what happens if one team plays nine games, another a full season or another team plays 10 games and must cancel a game against a Power 5 opponent to face an in-state Group of Five school? How does that affect their strength of schedule and their standing with the playoff committee? Well, the simple answer is that it’s too complex of an issue to discuss at this point in time. The playoff committee is wait-and-see mode, just like fans. After all, their first meeting isn’t scheduled for early November and their first rankings will not be released until Nov. 3, the same day as… Read full this story
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