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Bill Hancock Breaks Down This Week's Playoff Ranking Decisions

Gregg Giannotti and Brian Jones are trying to make sense of this week’s College Football Playoff rankings, but they’re having a little bit of trouble, as are countless college football fans across America. 455 more words

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Bill Hancock: We Don't Have To Worry About Ratings

In some ways, it’s been a down year for college football. Christian McCaffrey and Leonard Fournette are all but out of the Heisman race, a couple of top-tier teams – or teams people expected to be top-tier – have underperformed, and some of the elite teams have struggled mightily to survive inferior competition. 536 more words

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3T - College Football Playoff Executive Director Bill Hancock

Sean, Rich & Ted talk to College Football Playoff Executive Director Bill Hancock about their process and the contenders to make the bracket this year. 6 more words


Roundtable: Do college football games take too long?

Each week during the season, the USA TODAY Sports college staff (Nicole Auerbach, Paul Myerberg, George Schroeder and Dan Wolken) will provide their answers to on an intriguing question from college football. 605 more words

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The Football Four Podcast with Bill Hancock and Gary Stokan

With the first College Football Playoff selection committee rankings coming out in less than three weeks, Dan Wolken looks into the future with Playoff executive director Bill Hancock and Peach Bowl president Gary Stokan on today’s episode of The Football Four Podcast. 64 more words

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College Football Playoff to continue offering $2,500 stipend to parents

The College Football Playoff announced Monday that it would continue to help offset expenses for the parents and guardians of athletes who play in the national semifinals or championship game. 100 more words

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CFP Semis to be More Fan Friendly

**  Duh.  After the ratings for last year’s semifinals fell 36% from the year before, the College Football Playoff had no choice but to its plans and move the games from New Year’s Eves to weekends or holidays.   138 more words