Under next year’s College Football Playoff format, OSU and OU are still alive

Under next year’s College Football Playoff format, OSU and OU are still alive

The Todd Pod: With one year left of the current four-team playoff format, I thought it would be interesting to look ahead at how different the postseason will look for college football in 2024.

Todd Lisenbee

By Todd Lisenbee

| Nov 17, 2023, 10:30am CST

Todd Lisenbee

By Todd Lisenbee

Nov 17, 2023, 10:30am CST

Next year, the College Football Playoff goes from four teams to 12 teams. There are still a lot of moving parts, between the Pac-12 implosion and the new look SEC, Big Ten and Big 12. I thought it would be a fun exercise to see what next year’s playoff format would look like with this year’s teams and records.

(01:13) What the current playoff looks like

(02:29) Who controls their destiny?

(04:28) What games have playoff implications this weekend?

(07:52) 12-team format in 2024

(09:49) Next year’s format w/this year’s teams

(13:31) How Oklahoma would still be a factor in a 12-team

(14:05) How many more games would be important if we had a 12-team playoff?

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Todd Lisenbee is the host of The Todd Pod with Todd Lisenbee on the Sellout Crowd network. He has been a producer/talk show host at WWLS, The Sports Animal and 107.7 The Franchise during a Oklahoma broadcasting career that spans to 2002. Todd has broadcast high school basketball, football and soccer play-by-play since 2003 and is currently the voice of the UCO Bronchos, a role he has been in since 2018. He can be reached at @ToddOnSports on Twitter/X or Instagram or via email at [email protected].

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