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Who can change College Football Playoffs? (Link)

From CBS Sports:

CFP executive director Bill Hancock has been steadfast in maintaining that the four-team model will hold firm through the end of the contract in 2025. Only the CFP Board of Managers (school presidents) can make a change. Nothing is imminent.

"[The playoff is] designed to fail to satisfy," Palm said. "Somebody is whining every year. It doesn't matter who it is, OK? They're going to whine for six more years because that's what they've got with this."

Florida coach Dan Mullen made the most concise -- though not new -- SEC argument recently speaking to the New York Times.

"If you look at a lot of these other teams, they don't have to go through a gauntlet, and it would be interesting to see if they did," Mullen said. "The top team in the Big 12, the top team in the Big Ten, the top team in the ACC are all as good as the best teams in the SEC. The problem is, last week, there were, what, five of our teams in the top 10? So if Clemson, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Notre Dame -- if they were all in the same conference, it would be interesting because that's kind of what it looks like in this league."

The SEC hasn't squandered the opportunities, winning 10 of the last 16 national championships and nine of the last 13.

[Post edited by charlie27858 at 11/08/2019 06:16AM]

Link: CFP

Posted: 11/08/2019 at 06:11AM


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