If there is one word to describe the College Football Playoff committee this season, it’s flexibility.
Like all things surrounding the college football season, there are more questions than answers. The CFP is no exception.
“The conferences, whoever decides to play, can get together and do what they need to do,” CFP executive director Bill Hancock told Lee Shirvanian and me on “The Opening Kickoff” on WNSP-FM 105.5 on Monday. “Right now, we’re hoping for a CFP. We’re certainly planning for a championship game in Miami.