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The Doug Gottlieb Show Weekly Rewind 12/8-12/12

BILL HANCOCK – 12/8/14
College Football Playoff executive director

“Our group has not talked at all about expanding. As a matter of fact, they unanimously agreed to go to 12 years because we wanted people to get to know and love this format. 162 more words


Bill Hancock Says "Body of Work" Led to OSU's Selection, "Added a Significant Check Mark to Their Resume" Against Wisconsin

College Football Playoff Executive Director Bill Hancock joined Bull & Fox to talk about why Ohio State was selected over TCU and Baylor for the final spot in the playoff, whether the committee will re-consider releasing weekly rankings in the future, why other teams moved in the rankings without playing any games, Art Briles’ comments on the committee and needing to be more regionalized and whether a traditional Rose Bowl matchup with Ohio State and Oregon was ever considered. 64 more words


Bill Hancock: 'Eight Teams Would Create Many More Issues'

After seven weekly installments – none more breathtaking than the last – the College Football Playoff committee has spoken. No. 1 Alabama (12-1) will play No. 514 more words


Sports Open Line:

Bill Hancock is the executive director of the College Football Playoff.
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Eight-team playoff system preferred by coaches

With less than one year in the new College Football Playoff system, coaches and at least one commissioner are already breaking ranks and not fully supporting the new setup. 269 more words

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The John Feinstein Show Weekly Rewind 11/10-11/14

CHARLES DAVIS – 11/10/14
FOX Sports college football analyst

“In my mind, TCU is a better football team, but they got to have help now because they need Baylor to lose again. 973 more words


Bill Hancock: 'Strength Of Schedule Favors TCU'

Let the TCU/Baylor debate begin. Two schools, same conference, same record, same conference record. But Baylor beat TCU.

And yet, TCU is ranked fourth this week, while Baylor is ranked seventh. 503 more words