ESPN: The Division I Football Oversight Committee on Thursday recommended that any FBS team playing football this season should be eligible to play in a bowl game, regardless of record, if it meets Academic Progress Rate requirements for postseason eligibility.
The NCAA's Division I Football Oversight Committee is proposing to waive the requirement of having a .500 overall record in order to be eligible for a bowl.
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