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January 11, 2020
Once the dust settles from the semifinal showdowns,it’s all about the College Football Playoff National Championship onJanuary 11,2020at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami,FL. The two semifinal winners move on to the national championship game,which is held in a different city each year (and always on a Monday).

What college football team has won the most national championships?

Most College Football National ChampionshipsPrinceton |28 championshipsYale |27 championshipsAlabama |23 championshipsNotre Dame |22 championshipsOhio State |17 championshipsUSC |17 championshipsMichigan |16 championshipsHarvard |12 championshipsNebraska |11 championshipsPittsburgh |11 championships

When does the College Football Playoff start?

The College Football Playoff National Championship is scheduled for Monday, January 10, 2022 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind. College Football Playoff 2021-22 Friday, Dec. 31, 2021…

When is a college football player considered down?

When a player’s knee, elbow, hip, head, or wrists touch the ground, they are called down. This primarily occurs when a player is tackled to the ground, in which it is called down by contact. A player is also called down in the case of certain penalties, such as an illegal forward pass.

When did the College Football Playoff begin?

When did the College Football Playoff start? The first year of the College Football Playoff came back in 2014. That year, Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Ohio State made the playoff with the Buckeyes winning.

Monday, Jan. 10

College Football Playoff National Championship Game
No. 3 Georgia 33, No. 1 Alabama 18

Week 0

Illinois 30, Nebraska 22
Fresno State 45, UConn 0
UCLA 44, Hawai’i 10
Indiana State 26, Eastern Illinois 21
North Carolina Central 23, Alcorn State 14 (Center Parc Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia)
UTEP 30, New Mexico State 3
San Jose State 45 , Southern Utah 14

Week 14

No. 9 Baylor 21, No. 5 Oklahoma State 16 (Big 12 Championship Game)
Northern Illinois 41, Kent State 23 (MAC Championship Game)
East Tennessee State 32, Kennesaw State 31 (FCS — Second Round)
James Madison 59 , SE Louisiana 20 (FCS — Second Round)
Utah State 46, No.

Saturday, Dec. 18

DII national championship (McKinney, Texas)
Ferris State 58, Valdosta State 17

Friday, Dec. 24

Hawai’i Bowl
Memphis vs. Hawai’i — Game will not be played (Hawai’i unable to play due to COVID-19 cases along with season-ending injuries and transfers)

Tuesday, Dec. 28

Holiday Bowl
No. 18 NC State vs. UCLA — Game will not be played (UCLA unable to play due to COVID-19 protocols within the program)

Friday, Dec. 31

Gator Bowl
No. 17 Wake Forest 38, Rutgers 10 (No. 25 Texas A&M out because of COVID)