The College Football Playoff Can Learn From Champions League

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Sports Illustrated

By Richard Johnson If the sport’s postseason is going to expand, exclusivity should matter. The removal of conference divisions will make it possible. View the original article to see embedded media. While the UEFA Champions League has expanded over the years to its current format, its core ethos up until the mid-1990s was simple: The champion of each European country played its way into a prestigious club competition after winning domestic leagues of varying strength. With its 2021–22 final coming up Saturday, the original “one champion, one berth” concept provides college football an opportu…

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