College Football Playoff Needs Fixing, Not Expanding

January 6th, 2022

In this edition of The Todd Wright TODDcast, Todd returns from the Orange Bowl after yet another CFP blowout. He acknowledges that a decade ago many said the new College Football Playoff would hurt the sport…and they were correct. The Todd Wright TODDcast is presented by Brandon Legal Group and powered by Bill Currie Ford. Click above to listen or to download. Or listen on Stitcher here, Google Podcasts here, and on other platforms.


5 Responses to “College Football Playoff Needs Fixing, Not Expanding”

  1. Marine Buc Says:

    Fix it then expand it… Come on!!! Stop messing around and give us a real playoff system for D-1 football. Every other college sport in the history of mankind can figure it out.

    Always follow the money. Greedy pigs will eventually get slaughtered.

  2. David Says:

    It’s real easy. Playoffs make more games and bowls matter. That means $$$

    32 teams.
    That’s 16 bowl games, then 8, 4, 2, 1

    The ball games are already stretched three weeks long. There’s no reason I can’t go back into December a little more and do five weeks.

    At the very minimum they should have 16 teams and go across four weeks.

    Cut down on a couple of the regular season games

  3. Tye Says:

    Both games prove that Michigan and Cincinnati were in fact not playoff teams…
    Not even competitive… SEC teams will likely rule the playoffs more years than not!

  4. ModHairKen Says:

    Co mixing meaningless Bowl games with the playoffs diminishes all.

    8 team playoff. Number 9 has no complaints.

    Start first Monday night in January. That covers 7 Bowls. Pay the players.

  5. John Sinclear Says:

    It doesn’t need fixing. Alabama is in it, period!