It is no secret that Mike Leach wants the College Football Playoff bracket to expand from four teams to 64. Will this ever happen? Probably not, but with the NCAA Tournament starting this week it's fun to imagine the madness that would happen if college football expanded their playoff bracket to include 64 teams out of the 128 FBS teams.
Leach has long argued for a 64-team field in college football. He wants to cut the regular season to 10 games and then emulate college basketball's postseason with a 64-team bracket. The final two teams would play six games in six weeks.
The Pac-12 would have ten teams represented in the bracket, from as high Stanford (2-seed) to as low as Cal (13-seed). Unsurprisingly, Oregon State and Colorado would be the two lone teams to watch the playoff from home. Katz and Schlabach gave Washington State a 7-seed, joining fellow 7-seeds Utah, Louisville, and Boise State.