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A 64 Team College Football Tournament: The Simulation (Round 2) ๐Ÿˆ

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Region 1

The Mountaineers D didn’t offer much resistance against the Tide, but that’s not much of a surprise; this is damn near an NFL team.

Alabama 56 West Virginia 7

The Wildcats inability to put up points ended up being their downfall against the ‘Canes. They kept it close in the first half, but when Miami took a multi score lead in the 3rd quarter and forced Northwestern to throw the ball it was over.

Miami 38 Northwestern 17

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The Hoosiers impressive 2020 came to an end as TCU held on in a wild shootout, continuing their surprise run to the CFB’s Sweet 16.

TCU 38 Indiana 35

Cincinnati blew the Mustangs out earlier in the year, but found more resistance this time around, needing a late comeback to keep their season alive.

Cincinnati 31 SMU 28

Region 2

As good as the Flames 2020 was, they were outgunned against the Irish as Ian Book and Notre Dame put on a show.

Notre Dame 52 Liberty 24

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No one expected Tulane to do anything but get their doors blown off by the Bulldogs, but a slow Georgia start kept them in the game until the 4th quarter when the ‘Dogs D went into shutdown mode.

Georgia 31 Tulane 24

Zach WIlson took the Cajuns to school, putting up 500+ against a Louisiana D that had no answers.

BYU 42 Louisiana 27

The ISU D had the clamps on the Huskies early, and withstood a late rally to move on.

Iowa State 38 Washington 28

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Region 3

In past years this would have been an intriguing matchup, but the 2020 Badgers can’t run the ball and the D amounted to target practice for Trevor Lawrence.

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Clemson 45 Wisconsin 13

The Hawkeyes put together a nice run in 2020 feeding on a weak Big 10, but the ‘Heels ran circles around and through them.

North Carolina 41 Iowa 20

The Gators needed a heroic performance from Kyle Trask to hold off UCF in a shootout for the ages.

Florida 49 UCF 45

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Tulsa just couldn’t keep up with the Sooners.

Oklahoma 41 Tulsa 24

Region 4

The Buckeyes dismantle an Army team that was never a threat.

Ohio State 55 Army 14

In another shootout, the Trojans did need last minutes heroics, with Kedon Slovis landing a hail mary as time expired to knock off the Longhorns.

USC 42 Texas 38

It may have been against an Auburn team that wasn’t all that good in 2020, but the Chanticleers (Someone? Please? Is it a chicken?) notched a win against an SEC Team to leave us all still wondering if they’re for real.

Coastal Carolina 27 Auburn 21

LSU’s brief revival came to a screeching end as the Aggies dominated from start to finish.

Texas A&M 49 LSU 10

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