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BCS executive director Bill Hancock joined the show to talk about changes they’re working on for their college football playoff system.

Hancock had the latest on chances to college football’s postseason and its efforts to crown a champion.

“It’s down to a four-team playoff with some options,” Hancock said. They are working on where to play, how to qualify and the dates. For example, will the games be at neutral sites or a team’s stadium? How much time will teams have between semifinals and finals. They’re looking at between Christmas and early January to have this happen.

Hancock “Perspectives change. People change,” Hancock said. “The biggest thing is [conference] commissioners came to the conclusion a four-team [playoff] wouldn’t distract from the regular season.”

Hancock expects a decision in June and he hopes it will go through.

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