There are currently no plans to change the format of the four-team College Football Playoff or adjust the selection committee’s protocol for choosing the top four teams, CFP executive director Bill Hancock told ESPN on Tuesday after two days of virtual CFP spring meetings.
Yeah, you can take that one to the bank.
When you don’t know if the playoffs are going to be played, you don’t need any plans to change the playoffs.
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“Currently no plans”
Yeah, I currently have no plans to eat breakfast. Might not even eat it. I always do but I might not and i have not made any sort of plans.
How could there be plans if the wife and i haven’t even had an official discussion, mich less formed a committee?
The plan is when Mickey is ready to pay for 8, we’re ready to accept.
This is the same monkey that defended the even weaker BCS, now thinks this half ass system is the cat’s meow, and will praise the next 3-4 versions as being just perfect….so long as they pay him to be their shill. His current opinion is even less meaningful having listened to his earlier opinions for the past two decades. When it goes to 8, he and I will be on the same side for the first, and only time, but I still wouldn’t trust him. When/if it moves on to 12, 16, or 32, we will again be on opposite sides because I will never support anything above 8 teams in the playoffs.
While never getting the national playoffs right may have been the biggest flaw in 1-A CFB, it is far from the biggest problem they face now. Sports, along with so many things in our society, will be altered greatly going forward. I may have just seen the last CFB season that resembles the sport I have loved all my life. What a frigging mess.