No element of the new College Football Playoff will be more intriguing than the way the final four is determined: by a 13-person committee shepherded by Prairie Village’s Bill Hancock, who also was executive director of the BCS.
No element of the new College Football Playoff will be more intriguing than the way the final four is determined: by a 13-person committee shepherded by Prairie Village’s Bill Hancock, who also was executive director of the BCS. File photo by Reed Saxon The Associated Press
No element of the new College Football Playoff will be more intriguing than the way the final four is determined: by a 13-person committee shepherded by Prairie Village’s Bill Hancock, who also was executive director of the BCS. File photo by Reed Saxon The Associated Press

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