January 16th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

For the first time in the five years since the CFP began, this annual meeting of the sport’s power brokers drew increased interest, as there was a swell of public speculation about expanding the playoff. While most who follow the sport agreed that No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Clemson deserved their spots, some questioned the Big Ten champion’s exclusion for the third straight year and another perceived snub for undefeated UCF. “As far as expanding the number of teams in the playoff, it’s way too soon — much too soon — to know if that is even a possibility,” Mississippi State University president Mark Keenum, who is the chair of the CFP’s board of managers, said at the Fairmont last Monday. – Heather Dinich, ESPN. Read More.

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