Many of the Power Five conference coaches in college football told ESPN that they favor a schedule consisting of only Power Five opponents, writes Brett McMurphy.
Of the 65 Power Five coaches from the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, SEC and Notre Dame, 46 percent (30 coaches) favored playing exclusively Power Five opponents and 35 percent (23 coaches) were opposed. About 18.5 percent (12 coaches) were undecided.
The coaches, who were in Bristol, Connecticut, last month, were asked whether they would favor all Power Five conferences playing their respective conference schedules and then scheduling all nonconference games against other Power Five teams. Because of the tougher schedules under this hypothetical scenario, teams would not be required to reach six wins to play in a bowl.
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