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Presidents to be presented multiple title options
CHICAGO (AP) - Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott says school presidents will be presented more than one possible format to determine a college football national champion.
Scott says the presidential oversight committee will “have options _ plural” to choose from when they meet in two weeks. Scott spoke before leaving Wednesday’s meeting with conference commissioners and Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick.
Scott declined to detail those options, but the commissioners have been working on ways to hold a four-team major college football playoff since January.
He says the commissioners will “recommend different options” to the university presidents. He would not say if the so-called “plus-one,” which instead of creating national semifinals simply sets the No. 1 vs. No. 2 title game after the bowls have been played, is still on the table.
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