The future of Division I football?

Since we’re on Sports, Craig “Junior” Miller, one of The Musers at 1310AM The Ticket in Dallas, offers up a hot sports opinion on the future of NCAA football, with the year 2025 as the horizon.

I believe we are headed for four, 20 or 22-team, super-conferences. …  Each football team will play 11 games–4 or 5 against your division mates, 4 or 5 others against rotating members of your super-conference, and a few non-conference games. Then, at the end of the regular season, each conference will have a playoff featuring the four division winners to determine who goes to college football’s Final Four.

I for one wanted a NCAA playoff for division I, but didn’t think it would go down this way. But given the recents events and news surrounding the Big 12, it does appear more likely. Good stuff Junior.

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