Dr. Saturday's College Football Madness: It's Alabama and Fresno State for the title

Nick Bromberg
April 7, 2014
USC routs No. 21 Fresno St 45-20 in Las Vegas Bowl
Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr looks to throw the ball against Southern California during the second quarter of the Royal Purple Bowl NCAA college football game, Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/David Cleveland)

Welcome to Dr. Saturday's College Football Madness. Ever wondered how the 2013 college football season could have turned out with a 68-team playoff? You've come to the right spot. While 68 teams participate in the NCAA tournament, we're running an expanded college football playoff. And you're in charge. Each matchup is open to a vote and the team with the most votes in each game moves on to the next round.

Much like the NCAA tournament championship game between Kentucky and Connecticut, you would have had a very hard time predicting our College Football Madness championship.

Sure, Alabama would have been a trendy pick given its passionate fanbase and widely-recognized status as the top team in the country before the Iron Bowl, but Fresno State? You're lying if you thought the Bulldogs would get this far.

But here we are. An pass-happy uptempo offense with a quarterback who could be drafted in the first round against a quarterback who could have a third (and first hypothetical) national title. Wouldn't a win in this game be the perfect cap for the engagement of AJ McCarron and Katherine Webb?

Voting is open through 9 a.m. ET Wednesday, April 9. Our champion is at your control.



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Nick Bromberg is the assistant editor of Dr. Saturday on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at nickbromberg@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter!