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The Athletic’s Andrew Marchand reports that ESPN and The College Football Playoff have agreed to a new 6-year, $7.8 billion rights extension that will allow the network to host the 12-team playoff through the 2031-32 season. Per On3:
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“The full contract’s completion is still contingent on CFP leaders finalizing details of the expanded format in the wake of the implosion of the Pac-12,” Marchand wrote. “The CFP’s management committee and board of managers have meetings scheduled for next week and continue to work through the complicated process of settling their outstanding issues.

“The ESPN deal will not be ratified until the commissioners and presidents vote on the structure and financials of the expanded CFP. ESPN senior vice president of communication Josh Krulewitz and College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock both declined comment.”
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FIREAWAY2 months
What does any of this mean and how do I make money on this? I've got to find a way to make money on this. Is there anyway I can make money on it?
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Rex Feral2 months
Dude, you’re paying for it.
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