NCAA Discussing Eliminating Bowl Eligibility & Just Letting Everybody Playing Go To A Bowl
Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
What does a bowl season look like when you only have a few conferences playing? Well, the NCAA is discussing throwing away bowl eligibility and just letting everyone play in a bowl game. Per The Athletic...
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“We’ve already begun discussions with the NCAA about possibly eliminating the notion of bowl eligibility this year,” Football Bowl Association Executive Director Nick Carparelli told The Athletic. “Going into the year, everyone who plays college football in the fall would have the ability to play in a bowl game regardless of record and standings.”

You like this idea?

(Barstool Sports)
Filed Under: NCAA Football

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14 Comments
Kids deserve it.
Reply15 months
Kids deserve it.
Reply15 months
Hell everyone usually goes to a bowl anyway.
Reply15 months
Arky fans probably don't remember the last time they've been to a bowl game so they're jizzing in their pants right now.
Reply15 months
So we're being told to not tailgate to mitigate risk from COVID....but we're going to add inconsequential games to the end of the season? Seems like contrasting logic. FYI I'm all for life back to normal; at-risk people should take personal precautions as necessary.
Reply15 months
Sam Pittman and Derek Mason will each get their bowl bonus after going 0-10. Nice.
Reply15 months
This isn't much of a change from previous years.
Reply15 months
Might as well at this point.
Reply15 months
Who cares let’s play some football
Reply15 months
Kind of like the LHSAA Select Divisions
Reply15 months
Ole Miss fans rejoice.
Reply15 months
You get a bowl, and you get a bowl, and you get a bowl. EVERYBODY GETS A BOWL!!
Reply15 months
You get a bowl, and you get a bowl, and you get a bowl. EVERYBODY GETS A BOWL!!
Reply15 months
This is one participation trophy instance i can get behind
Reply15 months
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