CFP Executive Director says there’s ‘work to do’ for expansion | Paul Finebaum Show

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College Football Playoff Executive Director Bill Hancock joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss his experience in Tokyo for the Olympics. Hancock also describes the potential options for expansion for the CFP as well as the timeline for each.

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