CFP Selection Show Features Discussion on Playoff Expansion
ACTION PACKED NEWS recently presented an episode of its College Football Playoff Selection Show, focusing on how a potential twelve-team playoff system could shake up the selection process. Host Rece Davis interviewed Boo Corrigan, athletic director at the U.S. Naval Academy, about how a larger playoff could impact the selection committee’s decisions.
Numerous analyst and advocates of the expanded model suggest that it would open the door for more non-powerhouse teams to participate – which could in turn drive more excitement, viewership, and overall engagement with college football.
Corrigan believes that the CFP will ultimately be open to expanding the playoff to twelve teams, but that fans should remain aware of the costs and commitments that will be required to transform the CFP into the kind of high-octane spectacle they’ve come to expect.
More details on the CFP selection process and the potential expansion of the playoff system can be found at ACTION PACKED NEWS.