A More Perfect College Football Playoff: 2017-18 Season (Publication Review)

HUGEOrange Editorial Review – Janet Ruth Penguin Books

If you live for football, A More Perfect College Football Playoff is a must-read. Hey, even if you’re just a casual fan, it’s still a really good time; informative and cleverly written. It starts with the history of the game (which you thought you knew, right?). Well, did you know that in 1969, President Richard Nixon decided who the nation’s national champion college team would be? It also covers all kinds of topics and controversies; the large number of postseason games, the star players skipping bowls, the paying of college players, and much more.

Next, it continues into a fantasy of what would happen if they expanded the 2017-2018 College Football Playoffs. The guys at Sportfiction.com used a sophisticated college football simulation engine to demonstrate the value of an expanded playoff, an alternate reality version, with Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State, Oklahoma, USC and Wisconsin. All in all, they make some good points and great ideas for making football better. 

A More Perfect College Football Playoff uses an unconventional tone throughout, leaning more toward a conversation between friends which leads to some grammatical errors and sentence structure issues.

It’s an entertaining and fun read for all, recommended whether you’re a player, a hard-core or a casual fan — enjoy!

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