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Oct
26
2014

Podcast – @HokieSmash and @TalkinACCSports discuss the College Football Playoffs with @MKellyCFP.

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This week’s podcast @Hokiesmash and I (@TalkinACCSports) will have Michael Kelly @MKellyCFP COO of the College Football Playoff. On the eve of the first ever College Football Playoff rankings to be released Tuesday, we were very excited for @MKellyCFP to spend a little time chatting with us about the College Football Playoffs.

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In this order, these are topics we covered on the podcast. It’s episode 66 on the dropdown list.

@MKellyCFP tells us about himself.

What criteria will be used for the selection of the playoff teams?

Will the criteria (SOS, Conference Championships, etc) be weighted?

How will Notre Dame and the Big 12′s lack of a conference championship affect their selection? 

Can a 2 loss team leapfrog a 1 loss team? 

In the future will the criteria (SOS, Conference Championships etc) be ordered based on priority?  (i.e SOS – First Consideration, Conference Championship – Second, and so on) 

Will the individual voter rankings be released publicly one day?

Will the playoffs expand one day? 

@MKellyCFP‘s places to eat around Washington D.C.

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