tc66tc Posted October 22, 2006 Share Posted October 22, 2006 I have made pstats file that will use the Top 16 teams for the playoffs. No more automatic bids for mid-majors. I have seen as many a 5 SEC teams in the playoffs; normaly it is 3 teams per major conference. All a mid-major has to do to make the playoffs is be in the top 16 in the final GDS Poll. I have cut back on the number of bowl Tie-Ins since the Major conferences send on average three teams apeice to the playoffs. Each major Conference has 4 bowl tie-in. With the reduced number of bowl games this keeps them from being so watered down. Also each midmajor conference gets one bowl tie-in. But with 9 at-large bids, all teams that really deserve a bowl game will get one. Also of the bowls games I got rid of, i tryed to keep the tie-ins close as possible to real life. The only exception is I put took the WAC Champion tiein from Denver (MPC CPU Bowl), and used the Hawaii bowl. As a fan I would rather travel to Hawaii in December than to Denver. Normaly there are 56 (47%) teams in the postseason bowl games, with this setup it drops that number of postseason teams down to 48 (40%) teams (16 playoff, 32 in bowls). Heres a breakdown the bowls: [CODE] New Orleans SunBelt 1 open Las Vegas MWest 1 open Motor City MAC 1 open Hawaii WAC 1 open Independence open open Insight BEast 3 Pac10 4 Alamo Big12 4 Big10 4 Holiday Big12 3 Pac10 2 Liberty CUSA 1 open Peach ACC 3 open Sun Pac10 3 open Meineke Car Care ACC 4 BigEast 4 Capital One SEC 2 Big 10 2 Outback SEC 3 Big 10 3 Cotton Big 12 2 SEC 4 Gator ACC 2 BigEast 2 [/CODE] Bowls that are no longer played: Bowls denoted with a *infront of it, will be used as a playoff site. [CODE] *Emerald *Houston *Poinsettia *MPC CPU *Rose *Orange *Sugar *Fiesta GMAC Fort Worth Champs Sports Music City [/CODE] Let me know what you guys think of it. [URL="http://www.simons.net/tristan/pstats.zip"]Download here[/URL] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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