We're going to do what the NCAA refuses to allow and crown a true college football champion by playing it out in a bracket format.
PLAY: 1 vs. 1
OPEN: Premium players only
Game play: It will be a 32-team bracket with the top-16 ranked BCS schools on one side of the bracket and the top-16 from the 1-AA level on the other side (love the I-AA playoffs, so I had to include those schools)
Each game is a five-map showdown. Two maps on each team's settings, plus a predetermined "Special Teams" map. A scoring formula decides the winner...win quickly to pile up touchdowns...if the game is extended, you're probably looking at field goals. (see the formula below)...it's the same as is being used in my NFL league.
Special teams maps — flat, chained, foggy
First round — Classic
Second round — Alex's Empire
Quarterfinals — San Francisco
Semifinals — South America
Championship — CCU
Win and advance...loser and you're done.
The BCS schools will be seeded 1-16 based on each players CC rank at the time of sign-up...the same will go for the I-AA side of the bracket.
The winner of this tournament is the team that emerges from the championship game (winning five total college football playoff games).
I'm Eastern Washington...31 other teams are open...here's the sign-up lists...be sure to include your map settings when signing up...anything is open...you pick map, forts, spoils, fog/sunny and auto/manual deploy
Current tourneys -- 2020-21 College Basketball, 2021 Major League Soccer, Jeopardy, Texan Wars Best-of-5
High rank: Major. Place: 1,150. Points: 2,093