College sports: Who wins and loses this year?
The College Football Playoff was the most anticipated game of the year and it will go down in college sports history as one of the greatest moments in college football history.
But the Big Ten had to take a big hit when it was forced to move its bowl game.
The Big Ten was a member of the conference and the Pac-12, but the Pac 12 has been a dominant force in the Big 12, and was able to hold onto its bowl games despite the Big 10’s withdrawal from the conference.
The Pac-10 had the highest average attendance of any conference this year, but its attendance was up only about 1% over last year.
The Pac-11 saw its attendance drop 5% this year but the Big East saw its average drop 10% compared to last year, according to data from the Associated Press.
The SEC also lost its bowl-game rights this year.
It has been losing bowl games in recent years due to scheduling conflicts with the ACC and the Big West.
The SEC has been in the playoff for seven straight years and was in the championship game in each of those years.
The ACC is expected to get a fourth bowl game in 2019, but there’s no guarantee that will happen.
The Big 12 was expected to win its second straight bowl game, but that did not happen.