It wouldn’t be a college football playoff expansion story without Bill Hancock.

What can I say?  The man delivers.

“Every year is going to be different. Football seasons are like snowflakes, they’re all different,” College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock said. “Next year we’ll be standing here talking about some other way it fell out. And that’s great.”

“When we started the playoff, people said this will grow to the game. I said, `This game is already off the charts in popularity,’ ” Hancock added. “But we have proven that this college football tree can grow. Indeed, grow to the sky.”

Snowflakes and trees.  They are so going to eight.  At least.

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6 responses to “It wouldn’t be a college football playoff expansion story without Bill Hancock.

  1. ApalachDawg

    they truly are clueless

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  2. Gaskilldawg

    When I read the linked article I scratched my head in wonder when I read that there was a good argument for Michigan being in the final four over either Alabama, Clemson, Washington, Penn State, which won its division and conference, or Ohio State, which beat it and finished with fewer losses.

    This is silly.

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  3. AthensHomerDawg

    Millennials!

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  4. Can Hancock just shut up? People like him are the ones that are ruining this sport.

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