The CFP takes a victory lap.

The Jed Clampetts of the college football world get together and pronounce themselves satisfied.

For now, at least, there’s no hint of a desire to change anything.

“They are very happy with the way things are going,” Hancock said. “I can’t say it any more plainer. It’s been a good four years.”

Bill Hancock doubling down about the postseason?  I think we all know what that means.

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7 responses to “The CFP takes a victory lap.

  1. Bigshot

    UGA starts out with one strike against them with the GT AD on the committee

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  2. Macallanlover

    Time for Hancock to be sent to pasture. He has defended every single thing ever done by the BCS and CFP systems. Always perfect, except when it isn’t. Get so tired of mid-level schills pretending there is nothing ever wrong, and Hancock is one of those guys. Straight talk is a thing of the past, and it doesn’t matter if it is business, politics, or entertainment. But they are probably right, we can’t handle the truth any longer so just throw out some BS and stir in enough press statements to confuse the peons. I don’t really blame Hancock, he is just the guy everyone trots out to smile and say everything is lovely. What I don’t like is he lacks the ability/integrity to discuss there might be ways to improve. When he retires, there will always be someone to step forward and continue the tradition just to get a paycheck.

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  3. Comin' Down The Track

    … any more plainer…

    Ugh.

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  4. Trbodawg

    Slightly tangential, but I wanted to share this story with people who would understand. . .

    This morning, while waiting for my haircut, my barber Skeet, was going on and on about Shaquem Griffin. He was hoping he would get drafted by his beloved 49ers who, had just taken this ‘incredible, all world tackle out of Notre Dame.’ But this ‘one armed’ football player was the MVP from the “National Champion” Central Florida. . . As I gently corrected him about McGlinchey AND the status of UCF football, a fellow patron pointed out I would know, since I was wearing UGA scrubs. . .

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    • 209

      And that was before you got the haircut.. That takes guts or at least great trust in Skeet.

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      • Trbodawg

        I do trust Skeet, but’s hard to mess up on my head. After the cut, I always say ” Well, you did the best with what you had to work with. . . “

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