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Aim High: Sun Belt Trying To Prioritize CFP Appearance With Future Scheduling Models

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 26 / 17

Sun Belt Commissioner Karl Benson said that the league has "refocused its priorities" toward earning a spot in the CFP by "scheduling games in a way that gives its teams the highest chance of being the top-ranked champion," according to Brooks Kubena of the ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. That includes "...

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