It was announced last week that the College Football Playoff is considering expanding to 12 teams. The news has come with mixed reviews, however, one person who didn’t waver in his stance on the subject is “Pardon the Interruption” co-host Tony Kornheiser.
On the show last week, Kornheiser blamed his own employer, ESPN, for not acting against the proposal, as reported by The Spun.
“Let me tell you who won’t stop them. This network,” said Tony Kornheiser. “College football is a goldmine. And ESPN will line up to hand people money. … This is a goldmine and they’re going to do it.”
Much of the reason for expanding is clearly in the interest of money, but with 12 teams in the playoffs, the move would also add interest among a wider fanbase in the process, per The Spun.
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