College Football Playoff expansion: simulating a 24-team playoff
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if FBS college football had its own version of March Madness?
Earlier this week, Jack put together a 24-team College Football Playoff (as well as two 12-team playoffs and a 16-team playoff) bracket featuring all 10 FBS conference champions and 14 at-large bids. You can peep the bracket here and print a bracket below.
Jack is joined Andrew Stem and Chad Vautherine to simulate the 24-team College Football Playoff bracket and provide analysis along the way. They also chat about how a 24-team playoff might logistically work if the FBS were to go down that road in the future, as well as the pros and cons to such a format. Who will come out on top? Will the same four teams in this year's College Football Playoff still reach the Final Four? Join us for the college football event you didn't know existed and you didn't know that you needed!
Join Jack's Bowl Mania pool and compete for the $50 prize and a spot on the Jack Vita Show! Hurry, pool closes Friday, December 17.
Listen on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Amazon | iHeartRadio | Stitcher | Pandora | TuneIn | Listen Notes | Podtail | Podchaser | Hubhopper | Audio junkie | Himalaya | Podcast Addict | Available wherever podcasts are found.
Follow Jack on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!
For more sports and entertainment analysis, follow me on Twitter @JackVitaShow, and subscribe to the Jack Vita Show on iTunes or wherever podcasts are found.
(Photo via Getty Images)