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Rethinking A Playoff For College Football

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Rethinking A Playoff For College Football

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Rethinking A Playoff For College Football

Rethinking A Playoff For College Football

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There were no great college football teams this year, including top-ranked Ohio State University, which lost the national championship to Louisiana State University. Advocates say there should be a playoff tournament to ensure legitimately ranked teams end up in the championship.

John Feinstein talks with Steve Inskeep.

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