Ryan Day explains what should change about the College Football Playoff
Is there anything wrong with the College Football Playoff? Could it be improved?
If so, how? Aren’t we better off with what we have now as opposed to what we had with the BCS system? Well, sure. But again, everything can be improved, right?
Ohio State coach Ryan Day thinks the CFP can be better. He said as much on Tuesday when he spoke with the media:
On whether the College Football Playoff should expand, Ryan Day said, "I do believe if you win your conference, you should get in." Said he didn't want to get into that conversation right now, though – save that for the offseason.
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Does it make sense that not all five champions (or the best team in each) Power 5 conference has a chance at even competing in the postseason playoff? Should they all be included? That’s what Day thinks.
And, for Ohio State, that would have meant that the Buckeyes would have made the CFP the past two years. In reality, though, they haven’t. The committee has thought that there were at least four teams better at the end of the year.
Maybe if the playoff gets expanded, Day’s Buckeyes could have more chances at proving themselves and winning national titles. That makes sense, right?