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Could the Louisville-Clemson thriller get a College Football Playoff rematch?

It’d take a lot to even get to the point at which the committee would have to make that decision, but it’d teach us a lot. When the Playoff system was announced in 2013, it sounded like it would be difficult for two teams from the same conference or division to both make it. Conference title games and head-to-head results give the committee simple ways to distinguish teams from the same conference.
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