Strong social media reactions to the College Football Playoff schedule

The College Football Playoff has released its schedule for the 2024-2025 season. It did not take long for fans on social media to start laying down the law on how they felt. In this article, we share some of the most direct responses on X (formerly known as Twitter) from fans surrounding the College Football Playoff
2022 CFP National Championship - Georgia v Alabama
2022 CFP National Championship - Georgia v Alabama / Dylan Buell/GettyImages

The College Football Playoff Schedule for 2024-2025 has been unveiled. With the anticipated expansion to a 12-team format, fans have been speculating all off season over how many teams get in from each conference and which specific teams will get in. Well, we do not know that much at this point and will not until December, but we do know the location, times, network and dates of each playoff game.

What is the College Football Playoff schedule for 2024-2025?

First round games will see eight teams in action on Friday and Saturday December 20th and 21st respectively with the semifinals coming on December 31st and January 1st. This gives fans quite a few blockbuster weekends and should have an NFL playoffs style feel to it with multiple playoff games each weekend.

The semifinals and finals will be the two following weekends in January with the winner being crowned on Monday, January 20th in Atlanta.

The College Football Playoff dives into some scheduling details for fans and why things are laid out in certain ways.

What are fans saying on social media about the College Football Playoff Schedule?

With all of the changes and the big announcement, fans have been quick to chime in on X (Former known as Twitter) and are not being shy about their thoughts after the College Football Playoff X (formerly known as Twitter) account tweeted out the schedule. Here are some complaints from fans about the playoff schedule since its release:

Most fans are irate that the national championship is still being played on Monday evening, which is a work night for many folks. And a few are just glad to have a playoff which a bunch of games. However you feel, social media is always a great source to think about big announcements in ways you may not have thought of before.