McLaughlin: Big 12 Disadvantaged in 12-Team CFP for 2024?

Spencer also talks about Jim Harbaugh's uncertain future and its effects on Michigan's recruiting

Posted on January 23, 2024


  By Spencer McLaughlin of Locked on CFB for SuperWest Sports

The 2024 college football season will be the most unique in recent memory with realigned conferences and a 12-team playoff.

The Big 12 enters this new football season at a distinct disadvantage compared to their other leagues.

On today’s episode of Locked On College Football, Spencer McLaughlin goes on to talk about Jim Harbaugh’s uncertain future.

Is his delay in choosing whether to stay or go to the NFL hurting Michigan’s ability to compete nationally in 2024?

Notre Dame has once again gone to the transfer portal to find their starting quarterback under Marcus Freeman—and once again they’ve pulled a veteran QB from the ACC. Duke transfer QB Riley Leonard is good enough to help the Fighting Irish contend for a national championship.

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