Thursday Quicks: Ball Qualifying Edition

Thursday Quicks: Ball Qualifying Edition

In an extraordinary year for college football, and sports in general, it seems only fair that the postseason of college football should also be changed.

The NCAA Division I Council on Wednesday waived all winning requirements for bowl qualifying, meaning record-losing teams will qualify for bowl games.

This rule allows all 127 teams currently participating in the ball sub-division to qualify for the postseason.

Teams usually have to reach six wins, but with a concise schedule, it looks like a lot of teams will reach that point.

This, of course, is good news for Kentucky. By most standards, Kentucky can go 5-5 with an All-SEC schedule this season and the season can be considered a success.

We’re still not entirely sure what the bowl season will look like, but it does open to some forced postseason matches.

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