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ACC Commissioner Jim Phillips Says Now Isn’t the Time for Playoff Expansion

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The ACC is one of the roadblocks standing in the way of the College Football Playoff expansion, and while it isn’t just the ACC, commisioner Jim Phillips clearly doesn’t want expansion right now.

Phillips said Friday that the ACC unanmiously agrees that right now isn’t the time for playoff expansion, citing other NCAA issues to figure out first and the desire to wait out the current playoff format of four teams before implementing a new one.

Sports Illustrated’s Ross Dellenger recaped a few of Phillips’ talking points from his call with the media.

Sports Illustrated’s Madeline Coleman highlighted a couple of the issues that are holding Phillips and the ACC back, including the length of the college football season, impact on bowl games, academic calendars, NCAA governance structure and federal legislation.

Coleman further reported that Phillips feels the issue of NCAA reform, transfer portal and NILs are a bigger concern that potential playoff expansion for the conference right now.

It’s clear that any potential expansion is quite far off as there hasn’t even been close to unanmious consent among the playoff expansion committee.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Marty
Marty
8 months ago

Sounds like Bullshit to me…

Pittband
Pittband
8 months ago

Sounds like ESPN wants more content. Maybe we won’t need spring ball, the NCAA will just play thru the winter. Who cares about the kids?

Dukes

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