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It's Possible! Realignment And Playoffs-College Football's Opportunity Paperback – August 2, 2010
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When you get to the author's specific plan, you may say "that's too radical", but it levels the playing field in recruiting, creates great, new in-state and regional rivalries while not sacrificing traditional rivalry games and returns fairness to the college game. When you put this plan in the context of recent conference "jumping" for money, it is a much better system (although it does upset the traditional conference elitism!). This book truly lays out an approach to ensure that every college football team starts the fall season knowing that they can compete for the real national championship not the phony one currently in place.
This is the most poorly edited book I've ever read. Pgs. 116 and 118 have bullet points formatted visibly differently. This is a supposed college football expert writer, and in one line on pg. 107 he doesn't know how to correctly write the names of the Pac-10, Big Ten, and Big 12 ("Pac 10", "Big 10", and "Big XII", respectively). These names are registered trademarks, and there is no room for ambiguity. If this were an undergrad paper, you'd lose points.
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I admit, when I began reading this book and Galloway's premise, a true play off for college football, I was skeptical. How could it ever happen? Read morePublished on January 31, 2011 by Marsha Roepe
Coach Galloway gives a common sense approach to solving the dilemma about the college football National Championship. Read morePublished on August 30, 2010 by Gene Sheets