By Scooby Axson, USA TODAY: If one official from a Group of Five school had it his way, college football would go to a soccer-style relegation system at the end of each season.
Boise State associate athletic director Michael Walsh is proposing creating an alliance of three tiers of 24 FBS college football teams from the western half of the United States that would be eligible for promotion or relegation at the end of each season.
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The first proposal for a promotion-relegation style system in college football was created by a Boise State official looking to stabilize the sport.
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