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. It's our last round two post.
Iowa had a better showing in College Football Madness than in the NCAA basketball tournament.
The Hawkeyes advanced to the second round with a win over No. 7 Vanderbilt for our biggest upset in Region 4. (And anyway, a No. 10 over a No. 7 isn't really an upset. But we'll call it one because the seeds didn't hold.)
Ole Miss, a No. 9, took care of No. 8 Kansas State, but those games are a coin-flip anyway.
Will we see a bigger upset in the second round? Voting is open in round two until 2 p.m. ET Thursday, March 27. Click here to vote in Region 1. Click here to vote in Region 2. Click here to vote in Region 3. Click here for the full bracket.
No. 1 Michigan State vs. No. 9 Ole Miss
Oh, we don't want to think of the SEC-superiority bragging that would go on here if Ole Miss beat Michigan State.
No. 4 Arizona State vs. No. 5 Fresno State
Intriguing. Arizona State was one of the better teams in the Pac-12. Would Fresno have been in Arizona State's ballpark if they were in the same conference.
No. 3 Oklahoma vs. No. 6 Texas A&M
Oklahoma did to Alabama in the 2014 Sugar Bowl what Texas A&M did to Oklahoma in the 2013 Cotton Bowl.
No. 2 Stanford vs. No. 10 Iowa
Kirk Ferentz is in awe as he takes on what he feels is the perfect football team in Stanford.
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