People’s Union of American College Football: Make American Football Strong Like Bull, Smart Like Tractor
Under former capitalist system, American college football very unfair. Only few teams is climbing to top of heap, and is making all the money, especially more dollars on the television contract. Best, powerful teams is playing cupcake opponent, then flying across country to form conference alliance with faraway team, while also ignoring strong opponent right over next hill.
Very worst of all this, everyone is arguing over who is champion at end of season. Propaganda, corruption, and cupcake schedule are determining two teams to play in top championship bowl game, instead of strongest teams traveling tough road to victory and honor. Many other bowl games is named after fruit and is having very weak teams.
People’s Union of American College Football is creating much better system. Each team is playing best quality opponents throughout season. Each team is being organized by geography (see Map), and must fight way out of home District to qualify for national playoff. Champion is last team standing, and is TRUE champion over all other teams in whole country.
At end of season, worst teams is relegated to lower Tier, and must become one of top teams in next season before is being promoted back to upper Tier. Is no easy ride for any team. Is better system for American college football. Is more entertainment for all football spectator.
- Tier 1 is 96 most elite teams of American college football (in old times, is called Division I-A)
- Tier 2 is next 96 elite teams (in old times, is called Division I-AA)
- Districts are organized by geographic distribution of teams.
- Each Tier consists of eight (8) Districts of 12 teams each.
- Each District consists of two Divisions, each with six teams.
- At the beginning of new season, each team is seeded both within its District and within its Division, based on previous season’s record.
- 12 regular season games
- 5 vs. Division opponents
- 3 vs. opposite Division opponents from same District
- odd seeds vs. odd / even seeds vs. even
- 3 vs. teams with same seeding from other Districts
- Inter-District opponents rotate annually
- 1 game left open for annual “rivalry” game, such as:
- Traditional, non-District opponent
- District opponent from other Division not already scheduled
- Non-District, geographic rival
- Round 1 (16 teams): Regular season champions of each Division play opposite Division champion for District championship
- Round 2 (8 teams): District champions enter National Championship tournament, seedings based on:
- Overall W-L record
- Round 3: (4 teams) Semifinals
- Round 4: (2 teams) National Championship game
Promotion & Regulation
- At end of each season, teams can be promoted from Tier 2 to Tier 1 or relegated from Tier 1 to Tier 2, based on a combination of two factors:
- W-L record
- average home game attendance
- District alignments are adjusted every year, depending on the geography of the teams that are promoted and relegated