The fourth and final option for determining college football’s national champion in future years was labeled “Four Teams Plus” in an outline obtained earlier this month by USA Today. It should be called the Delany-Scott plan. The option calls for the Rose Bowl to remain an integral part of determining the national champion. The four highest-ranked teams at the end of the regular season would meet in semifinals unless the Big Ten or Pac-12 champion, or both, were among the top four.
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