January 17th, 2020 | by CollegeAD

Officials of the College Football Playoff will review the practice of allowing people outside the participating teams, such as former players or celebrities, on the sideline during the national semifinals and championship games, executive director Bill Hancock told USA TODAY Sports on Thursday. “Being on the sidelines is a privilege,” Hancock told USA TODAY Sports. “Along with any privilege comes responsibility, because the focus should be on the people playing and coaching in the game, rather than on any visitors. The CFP will be reviewing its policy for allowing guests onto the sidelines and into locker rooms at future games.” -Thomas O’Toole, USA TODAY. Read More.

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