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July 17, 2014 5:52 PM

Will the SEC like the College Football Playoff as well as the BCS?

While few fans mourn the passing of the Bowl Championship Series, the computer-heavy formula used to determine the participants for college football’s national title the last 16 seasons, the Southeastern Conference could be forgiven for a moment’s grief. The SEC went 9-2 in title games and was the only conference to have two teams meet in the title game.

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