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How the new College Football Playoff format came to be and what it means for the sport's future


After the Pac-12’s collapse, the swelling of other leagues and increasing pressures of athlete revenue sharing, the sport’s two juggernaut conferences negotiated a one-sided deal, in part, by using a lingering belief that they would abandon all others to form their own postseason. Would the SEC have really taken its proverbial ball and left the CFP? (Yahoo! Sports)

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How the new College Football Playoff format came to be and what it means for the sport's future


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