College Football Playoff

Point/Counterpoint: Is UCF worthy of the College Playoff discussion?

Point/Counterpoint: Is UCF worthy of the College Playoff discussion?

When it comes to football, the American Conference’s crown jewel is the University of Central Florida. The self-proclaimed National Champions have a 9-0 record this season and are ranked as the No.12 team in the country. Michael Logan and Neil Simmons debate whether or not they are worthy of the College Playoff discussion. 

Football: Edsall states bold ideas regarding the college football playoff at AAC Media Days

Football: Edsall states bold ideas regarding the college football playoff at AAC Media Days

Several of the other coaches in attendance strengthened the conference line: that the College Football Playoff needs to be reformed, and that AAC teams need a shot in the current system, including UConn head coach Randy Edsall

Column: The CFP committee got it right, but there’s still room for improvement

Column: The CFP committee got it right, but there’s still room for improvement

There are always a few teams that feel slighted by the committee, saying they should’ve made the playoff over another team and this year those teams are USC and Ohio State. Arguments for an expanded playoff, be it a 6-team or an 8-team playoff, occur each year. And those arguments are valid to some extent, and I’ll get to them later.

Column: College Football Playoff committee needs to reconsider view on non-Power Five programs

Column: College Football Playoff committee needs to reconsider view on non-Power Five programs

The College Football Playoff has a problem. It’s got nothing to do with revenue, nor does it have to do with the four talented teams that will ultimately be selected to compete in the playoff. No, the College Football Playoff’s big problem is its utter disrespect for non-Power Five schools.