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Super Bowl-style halftime coming to College Football Playoff

The College Football Playoff is bringing a Super Bowl-style halftime show to the national championship game without bumping the marching bands.

ESPN and the College Football Playoff say that a musical guest will perform at halftime of this season’s title game in Atlanta on Jan. 323 more words

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CFB Playoff Gives 3-year Contract Extension To Bill Hancock

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IRVING (AP) – Bill Hancock, the executive director of the College Football Playoff, has been given a three-year contract extension through June 2020. 120 more words


Bill Hancock: Penn State Gave Us A Lot To Think About

The College Football Playoff committee gave us No. 1 Alabama, No. 2 Clemson, No. 3 Ohio State and No. 4 Washington, and Bill Hancock is more than pleased with the committee’s work. 482 more words

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3T - Bill Hancock Executive Director CFB Playoff

Sean & Rich talk to Bill Hancock, the executive director of the CFB Playoff to discuss the four teams who made it, the teams who just missed, the matchups, and more. 6 more words


College Football Playoff committee got it right

Controversy is essentially guaranteed in the College Football Playoff, not so much a bug in the format as a feature. So when Ohio State, which did not win its conference, was selected for the four-team bracket on Sunday while Penn State, which did win the Big Ten, was not, it simply injected a bit more drama than usual. 1,842 more words

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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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