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  • noun Alternative spelling of plus one.

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Examples

  • What the changes will be is hard to say because nearly everything seems to be up for discussion, from eliminating automatic bids to top-tier bowl games to creating a four-team playoff - an idea that's known as the plus-one model.

    The Seattle Times

  • One possibility is the four-team playoff, or the so-called plus-one approach, that would create two national semifinals and a championship game played one week later.

    SI.com

  • One possibility is the four-team playoff, or the so-called plus-one approach, that would create two national semifinals and a championship game played one week later.

    CNN.com

  • One longstanding proposal is to expand the two-team, one-game national championship format to a four-team playoff, dubbed a "plus-one."

    USATODAY.com News

  • One possibility is the four-team playoff, or the so-called plus-one approach, that would create two national semifinals and a championship game played one week later.

    The Seattle Times

  • What the changes will be is hard to say because nearly everything seems to be up for discussion, from eliminating automatic bids to top-tier bowl games to creating a four-team playoff - an idea that's known as the plus-one model.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany argued against the plus-one last month, calling it a "slippery slope" that could lead to a larger, full-blown playoff.

    The Big Ten Has Seen Better Days

  • And the Big Ten thankfully remains the most prominent obstacle in college football's march toward adopting the "plus-one" postseason format—which is essentially a four-team playoff, which would threaten the unique magnitude of the sport's regular season.

    The Big Ten Has Seen Better Days

  • Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany argued against the plus-one last month, calling it a "slippery slope" that could lead to a larger, full-blown playoff.

    The Big Ten Has Seen Better Days

  • And the Big Ten thankfully remains the most prominent obstacle in college football's march toward adopting the "plus-one" postseason format—which is essentially a four-team playoff, which would threaten the unique magnitude of the sport's regular season.

    The Big Ten Has Seen Better Days

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