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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High-level pass-blocking offensive lines (Power Five):
1. Oklahoma State – 88.9
2. Notre Dame – 85.6
3. Virginia Tech – 84.5
4. Kentucky – 82.6 pic.twitter.com/Z8uPvHfv7y
– PFF College (pff_college) October 14, 2020
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