The Coleumn: The 12-team College Football Playoff and its significance on College Football
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Every year for the past nine years, the four teams determined to be the best in college football competed for a national championship in the College Football Playoffs, the successor to the BCS national title game. It starts with two of the New Year’s Six bowls, which rotate on three-year cycles, being played around New Year’s Day to determine who advances to the national championship game at an NFL stadium.

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