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Getting into the College Football Playoff is about to get a lot easier.
Per The Athletic, the working group involved with the CFP is expected to suggest an expansion 12 teams from the four that the playoff currently exists of each season.
From the article:
The CFP’s four-person group — which consists of SEC commissioner Greg Sankey, Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby, Mountain West commissioner Craig Thompson and Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick — is expected to recommend a 12-team playoff, according to sources.
The 12-team format would include the six highest-ranked conference champions and six at-large spots.
Per Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports, the suggestion will be introduced next week at the CFP Management Committee meeting and could be approved as soon as June 22.
This story will be updated as more information is released.