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Four-team playoff approved by BCS presidents


The BCS has approved of a four-team playoff. Teams will be chosen by a selection committee.

The Pac-12 claims most NCAA titles for academic year - time for Utah to step up


The Pac-12 likes to call itself the Conference of Champions. With Arizona's win in the CWS last night, they've certainly proved it. But now it's time Utah brings something to the table.

The four-team playoff is a flawed step in the right direction


Larry Scott has floated the idea of a plus-one. While not likely, and wildly unpopular with college football fans, it just might be better than the four-team playoff proposal laid out before us.

Rewind: The top games of 2011: USC


Utah nearly knocked off USC and though a loss, it showed the fight of this team - something that would become even more apparent months later.

Expectations for 2012: Utah's toughest opponent (not named USC)


We all know USC will probably prove to be Utah's toughest game this season, but who'll be the second toughest?

How a college football playoff would have affected Utah in '04 & '08


So, what if college football's current proposal existed in '04 & '08 - would Utah qualify for the playoffs?

Are you ready for some playoffs?


It appears college football is close to adopting a four-team playoff - how will it impact Utah and the Pac-12?

Expectations for 2012: Will Utah be a top-25 team by November?


Will Utah return to the top-25 this season?

Expectations for 2012: The BYU game


Utah and BYU could be meeting for the final time in a while. Will the Utes win?

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