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Forget Selection Committees And Conference Tie-Ins, It’s Time For A Bowl Draft

Regular readers of this site know that over the years we’ve occasionally mentioned the following tidbits:

 

1.  We’re no fans of conference tie-ins with bowls.  We understand the business of it — conferences are guaranteed slots and money, bowls are guaranteed dancing partners and visiting fans — but we don’t enjoy watching the same games year after year after year.  If you’re reading this site, you’re likely an SEC fan.  So “SEC versus Big Ten” in three Florida bowls every January 1st afternoon is probably just as old to you as it is to us.  Seriously, doesn’t it seem as though Georgia and Michigan State have played each other in about five straight bowls?

2.  We say open up the bowls just like the old days.  You remember… back when an SEC school might go to Atlanta one year, El Paso the next, and then on to Jacksonville the next.  There was always some new opportunity and the suspense of learning a team’s bowl fate was part of the late-season fun.  That said, the only negative with the old system involved under-the-table agreements made in early-November.  Inevitably, some team would sign on with a bowl, then lose its last two or three games to turn what looked to be a great matchup into a total yawner.

3.  The way around that problem would be to create a bowl draft, if you will.  No backdoor deals.  Just a live, on-air draft — think ESPN wouldn’t air that? — involving all of the bowls based on their combined payouts.

 

Right now would be a great time to put the MrSEC plan into action, too.  At the end of the 2014 season, college football will launch a new age.  Two bowls will act as national semifinals in a first-ever FBS playoff.  The four participants in the playoff will be selected by a committee.  That selection committee will also fill four more bowls with the next eight best teams in the country.  The semifinals will rotate through the same six bowls X amount of times over a 12-year period, depending on the game.  It’s believed three of those “big six” bowls will be played on New Year’s Eve and three more on New Year’s Day.

Those six bowls will likely include the Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, and Cotton Bowl.  One of those will become the new SEC/Big XII “Champions” Bowl.  For argument’s sake, let’s say the Cotton becomes the “Champions” Bowl.  That leaves one more slot available in those six major games and we’ll tab the Chick-fil-A Bowl in Atlanta for the final spot.  From their kickoff games to the SEC Championship Game to their postseason bowl, the capital city of Georgia is pretty proactive when it comes to college football.  Now, the Outback Bowl in Tampa or the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas (Houston) could work their way into that sixth slot, too, but again — for the sake of argument — we’ll just pretend Atlanta gets the nod.

So six games are off the table: Rose, Orange, Sugar, Fiesta, Cotton (“Champions”), and Chick-fil-A.  There will be no BCS National Championship Game in the new format as the winners of the semifinals will meet in a title game that will be bid out to a different host city each year.  So that’s one less bowl than we have now.  We’re left with 28 additional bowls to be filled.

Just imagine this scenario: On the Sunday following the conference championship games in 2014, the selection committee and representatives from all 34 bowls are seated inside one massive theater (a la the NFL draft).  The committee members announce their picks for the four big bowls.  Then they announce the participants in the two semifinal bowls.

With 12 teams off the draft board, the remaining bowl committees start poring over their data.  They know which teams are ranked highest.  They know which schools travel best.  They know which schools bring in the biggest television ratings.  Armed with that info, the final 28 bowls begin picking their matchups… either for good TV numbers to satisfy their title sponsors or for tourism dollars to please their civic leaders.

It would be a combination of college basketball’s Selection Sunday and the NFL draft.  Millions would watch.

The selection order for the draft portion of the event would be determined by the combined payout of each game.  The more a bowl pays out to the schools it invites, the higher it’s slot in the draft would be.

Now let’s have a little fun just to see how this would all work.

We’ll use Jerry Palm’s 2012 preseason rankings as our guide.  We’ll act as though his ratings are dead-on and that his top 68 teams will all finish bowl eligible.  Then we’ll try to imagine how each bowl committee would pick its teams from there.  Further, let’s assume that the bowl tie-ins for the big games will look like this: Rose (Big Ten/Pac-12 champs), Cotton (SEC/Big XII champs), Orange (ACC champ/Notre Dame with 9 wins or more).  Other leagues like the Mountain West or Big East might line up spots for their champions, too, but for now we’ll just lock in those five leagues and Notre Dame as there has already been plenty of speculation that that’s exactly what will eventually happen.  That would leave the Sugar, Fiesta and Chick-fil-A wide open for selection committee assignments.

Here’s how we think a bowl lineup created by a selection panel and draft would look.  Just to be clear, we’re using Palm’s 2012 projections, 2012′s bowl lineup and combined payout numbers, 2014′s assumed playoff and “big bowl” plan, plus our own idea of a draft for the remaining 28 smaller bowls.  For kicks, we’ll give the first semifinals to the Fiesta and Sugar Bowls.  Also, in this scenario we’ll pretend Notre Dame does not win nine games and gain entry to the Orange Bowl.  Here goes…

 

  Bowl   Picking Position   City   Matchup
  Tostitos Fiesta Bowl   Semifinalists picked by panel   Glendale, AZ   2 Southern Cal vs 3 Alabama
  Allstate Sugar Bowl   Semifinalists picked by panel   New Orleans, LA   1 LSU vs 4 Oklahoma
  Discover Orange Bowl   ACC vs Panel Pick   Miami Gardens, FL   Florida State vs South Carolina
  AT&T Cotton (“Champions” Bowl)   SEC vs Big XII   Arlington, TX   Georgia vs West Virginia
  Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO   Big Ten vs Pac-12   Pasadena, CA   Michigan vs Oregon
  Chick-fil-A Bowl   Panel Pick vs Panel Pick   Atlanta, GA   Arkansas vs Clemson
  Outback Bowl   Draft 1 ($7.0m)   Tampa, FL   Wisconsin vs Texas
  Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl   Draft 2 ($6.65m)   Tempe, AZ   Ohio State vs Oklahoma State
  Valero Alamo Bowl   Draft 3 ($6.35m)   San Antonio, TX   Michigan State vs TCU
  TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl   Draft 4 ($5.45m)   Jacksonville, FL   Virginia Tech vs Nebraska
  Capital One Bowl   Draft 5 ($4.55m)   Orlando, FL   Kansas State vs Florida
  Russell Athletic Bowl   Draft 6 ($4.55m)   Orlando, FL   Auburn vs Notre Dame
  Bridgeport Education Holiday Bowl   Draft 7 ($4.15m)   San Diego, CA   Boise State vs Stanford
  Hyundai Sun Bowl   Draft 8 ($4.0m)   El Paso, TX   Utah vs Baylor
  Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl   Draft 9 ($3.725m)   Nashville, TN   Missouri vs Louisville
  New Era Pinstripe Bowl   Draft 10 ($3.6m)   New York, NY   Iowa vs Rutgers
  Belk Bowl   Draft 11 ($3.4m)   Charlotte, NC   North Carolina vs Mississippi State
  Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas   Draft 12 ($3.4m)   Houston, TX   Texas A&M vs Houston
  AutoZone Liberty Bowl   Draft 13 ($2.875m)   Memphis, TN   Tennessee vs Georgia Tech
  AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl   Draft 14 ($2.3m)   Shreveport, LA   Southern Miss vs South Florida
  MAACO Bowl Las Vegas   Draft 15 ($2.2m)   Las Vegas, NV   Washington vs Illinois
  TicketCity Bowl   Draft 16 ($2.2m)   Dallas, TX   UCLA vs Penn State
  Military Bowl presented by Northrup Grumman   Draft 17 ($2.0m)   Washington, DC   Navy vs Virginia
  BBVA Compass Bowl   Draft 18 ($1.925m)   Birmingham, AL   Northwestern vs UCF
  Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl   Draft 19 ($1.675m)   San Francisco, CA   California vs BYU
  Little Caesars Pizza Bowl   Draft 20 ($1.5m)   Detroit, MI   Purdue vs Arizona
  GoDaddy.com Bowl   Draft 21 ($1.5m)   Mobile, AL   Arkansas State vs Cincinnati
  Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl   Draft 22 ($1.3m)   Honolulu, HI   Pittsburgh vs San Diego State
  Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl   Draft 23 ($1.2m)   Ft. Worth, TX   Louisiana Tech vs Nevada
  Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg   Draft 24 ($1.075m)   St. Petersburg, FL   FIU vs Western Michigan
  San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl   Draft 25 ($1.0m)   San Diego, CA   Fresno State vs Northern Illinois
  R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl   Draft 26 ($1.0m)   New Orleans, LA   Ohio vs Louisiana-Lafayette
  Gildan New Mexico Bowl   Draft 27 ($.912m)   Albuquerque, NM   Bowling Green vs Tulsa
  Famous Idaho Potato Bowl   Draft 28 ($.65m)   Boise, ID   Wyoming vs Toledo

 

One can argue over whether a certain bowl would pick Team A over Team B, but that’s not the point of this exercise.  The goal is to show that with an open, draft-like system, fans could visit more cities, teams could face more varied foes, and bowls could create more desirable matchups.

Will something like this ever come to pass?  Never say never.  After all, in two years we are getting a playoff and no one would have dreamed a year ago that that could or would turnaround so quickly.

With conferences now looking to control more of the cash by owning their own games, it’s likely that the old “you have to guarantee us you’ll sell 10,000 tickets” days are over.  The schools have more of the power in the new system.  So the bowls might not put up as much squawk over losing those automatic conference tie-ins as one might think.

And if a draft forced bowls to up the amount of money they pay out, schools and conferences might be willing to part with the guaranteed tie-ins, too.

Likely?  No.  But we certainly believe our plan would make for a more interesting postseason year-in and year-out.

 


19 comments
satchseven
satchseven

unrealo that somebody would want the current mess to go on.regional playoffs final four/title game at neutral site  and not always in sec country either

satchseven
satchseven

get rid of that mess and get a real playoff.

FrankB
FrankB

I think that this "would be determined by the combined payout of each game" needs this addition: "minus the combines ticket purchase requirement imposed upon the two participating schools". Otherwise, some bowls would bump up their ticket requirement (# and/or price) just to move up in the pecking order. (Don't know if that would change the selection order in the above illustration or not.)

AllTideUp
AllTideUp

I like it.  Throw in a new 7-win requirement to get in a bowl game and we have a winner.  Some of these small bowls need to go away.  I love watching college football, but there shouldn't be so many bad teams in bowl games.

MiloMoon
MiloMoon

I have been calling for this for years. If all of the bowls would not sign on, I don't see why a group of mid level bowls could not get together and for some type of partnership with the conferences to create more interesting match ups. We can dream. 

kentatm
kentatm

A bowl draft is a great idea and is far better than the system we have now where we often end up with junk games like a 9-3 team playing a 6-6 squad. 

DanHogan
DanHogan

Side comment...  Can a bowl sign a tie-in agreement with multiple conferences for just a single slot?  So, could the Outback Bowl sign and agreement with the Mountain West and Big East and Conf USA to choose just one team from any of those leagues?  And then split the money for that spot among all of them for that single spot?  That model could help provide some level of access to lesser leagues.  

DanHogan
DanHogan

I, for one, like the bowl line-up with conference tie-ins.  I like the idea of locking in bowl appearances as long as each team has enough wins to be worthwhile.  

 

And, yeah, 6 isn't enough.  If that gets pushed to 7 things get a bit better, even if a few bowls have to reach deeper to find a team or not have a game.  

 

We just need to shuffle those tie-ins.  I'm a Michigan State grad and I'm getting sick of playing an SEC team on NYD at 1pm in central Florida.  Seriously, enough of that.  I'd imagine SEC fans of teams just below the cusp are getting just as annoyed with it too.  We all want to play a Big 12 and Pac-12 teams just as often.  

GrayGrantham
GrayGrantham

REALITY CHECK (Q) Why did SEC and Big 12 crate Champions Bowl? (A) To maximize revenue.

 

It is amazing to me how none of you talking heads have figured out the basic math of this thing called Champions Bowl.

 

In years when the Champions Bowl hosts a Semi Final game the Media rights are owned by the BCS.

 

If the Champions Bowl were to host 4 Semi Finals in 12 years the SEC/Big 12 would be voluntarily giving away $320 Million. NOT Going to happen.

 

The Champions Bowl will NEVER host a semi final game.

 

The SEC adn Big 12 are in control of their own revenue stream,  It is unbelievable to think they will give up $80 Million a year to host a Semi Final.  There is no up side for them.

 

However, if THE SEC/Big 12 partner with 2 or more Bowls (obvious candidates Cotton and Sugar) to rotate The Champions Bowl, it becomes a Win/Win /Win.  SEC/Big 12 host no semi finals and therefore keep $80 Million in media rights each year.  Bowl Partners (Cotton and Sugar) are free to host Semi Finals in 4 of the 6 years the Champions Bowl is not in town in addition to having 2 years where they will be in the Bowl Pool of non contract bowls.

 

Net result Arlington and New Orleans will each host 6 Champions Bowls and 4 National Semi Finals.  Each will be "Open" Bowls 2 years out of 12.  Each will be free to Bid on the National Championship Game. The SEC/Big 12 will earn $960 Million in media rights for the Champions Bowl over 12 years.  (Compared to PAC12/Big 10 earning $640 Million in Media Rights over 12 years for the Rose Bowl, with the Rose Bowl hosting 4 National Semi Finals).

 

 Unless the PAC 12/Big 10 come to the realization that they are placing themselves at an economic disadvantage compared to SEC/Big 12 and add a second Bowl to their contract,  creating a Rose Bowl rotation equal to the  Champions Bowl rotation, then the Rose BOwl out of simple economics will opt to host 4 Semi Finals, costing PAC 12/Big 10 $320 Million over 12 years.

kyallie
kyallie

I think you meant thousands on the last 2.

John at MrSEC
John at MrSEC moderator

 @Chris94 

 

Actually I didn't see those comments, but obviously we view this one the same way.  I've mentioned the idea on this site more than once in the last five years, but this is the first time I actually researched all the payouts, structured the draft, and then set out to show what matchups would be possible.

 

Much, much more appealing than the current postseason menu.  Bowls could spend more to move up in the pecking order if they chose to.  And without conference ties, the matchups one year might look absolutely nothing like the matchups the next year.

 

Many thanks for reading,John 

John at MrSEC
John at MrSEC moderator

 @GrayGrantham 

 

It is amazing to me how someone hiding behind an alias on a free site feels called to post a nasty comment.

 

What's wrong with your life?  Why so ANGRY over a story that didn't even focus on the topic that you're ranting about?  Above is a post about the general playoff structure and how bowls could be selected in a new and different way.  I wasn't going to dive into details about "who'll win what bowl" or "which bowls will host semifinals more than others."  That would have required a LOT more paragraphs.

 

That also would have been way off course from my point and it's the reason I wrote this instead:  "The semifinals will rotate through the same six bowls X amount of times over a 12-year period, depending on the game."

 

X amount of times.  Depending on the game.  Get it?  

 

You're barking about a topic for another post. 

 

Cheer up,

John

Crayton
Crayton

 @GrayGrantham That money is not going to just disappear. The SEC and Big 12 will still get their money even if the Champions Bowl is a semifinal.I will say, to the original article, wasn't the plan to have 1 of the semifinals at either the Orange/Rose/Champions on January 1st and the other at an Access Bowl on December 31st?

Should_Be_Working
Should_Be_Working

 @kyallie  The decimal point is in front of the number.  So $.912m is understood as $912,000, and $.65m is understood as $650,000.  The decimal point is small and I can see how it can be overlooked at a quick glance, though.  

kfhonline
kfhonline

 @John at MrSEC  @Chris94

 Hey John...GREAT idea.  I have wanted the bowls to use some type of system for years to pick the teams for years.  Your example provides the right amount of detail that "anyone" should be able to see that this would be win win set up.  Do you know anyone at ESPN that you can (or have) talk to about this?  The would absolutely want to televise something like this...either them or Fox sports/NBC sports channel/ CBS sports channel.

 

Great Job...we can all hope this will come...

John at MrSEC
John at MrSEC moderator

 @Crayton  @GrayGrantham 

 

None of it is locked down at this point.  No one knows which six games will be involved of if any of the other "access" bowls will become "contract" bowls.  The Big East and Mountain West want to reach agreements with someone... which would turn an "access" game into a "contract" game in one or both cases.

 

That's why I tossed out very generic, quick stuff about the playoff.  The focus of this piece was on the idea of a bowl draft.

 

Thanks for reading the site,

John

 

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