Trying to get a dozen people to agree on something that impacts all in so many ways is impossible. When the college football playoff group decided it would take a unanimous vote to change the current structure of four teams we should have all known this is where we would be.
After a summer PR blunder in which the idea of a 12-team playoff was leaked after four commissioners secretly had been working on formats we find ourselves now with no progress on an expanded field, how the money is distributed, where and when we play the game and who gets automatic bids.
Some commissioners want 12 teams, some are content with eight and SEC chief Greg Sankey is fine if we stay with four. Why not? He gets two in every season.
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