2010 College Football Playoffs: Semifinals and Finals

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In this article, we find out which of the final four teams (Auburn, Oregon,
Wisconsin and Stanford) wins the 2010 College Football Playoffs, but we also
take a look at a realignment of Division I football, which would make a playoff
system a lot more intriguing. Also, we discuss the possibility of a 16-team
College Football NIT, which could potentially be more entertaining than the big
tournament.

Semifinals
and Finals TV Schedule
Date Game Time TV Location
Jan. 1, 2011 #1 Stanford at #1 Auburn 3:30pm ESPN Auburn, AL
Jan. 1, 2011 #1 Wisconsin at #1 Oregon 8pm ESPN Eugene, OR
Jan. 10, 2011 TBD 8pm ESPN Cowboys Stadium

#1 Stanford Cardinal (13-1) at #1 Auburn (15-0)

Time: 3:30pm
TV: ESPN
Weather: 45 degrees, light wind

Auburn has the flashy Cam Newton, but Stanford has the efficient Andrew Luck
and very physical line play on both sides of the ball. In our first semifinal
battle of the day, Auburn was upset on their own field by Stanford in triple
overtime, 44-38.

Nate Whitaker tied the game for Stanford with a 43 yard field goal with just
over five minutes in regulation, and these teams raged a war in overtime for the
right to play for the National Championship. Things went back and forth early in
overtime, and it looked

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