Teague supports NCAA football playoff

Norwood Teague, the soon-to-be Gophers athletics director, supports an NCAA Division I football playoff. He says, "the revenue from the playoff would be incredible." Teague also tells the Pioneer Press that they have to be careful not to water down the regular season, because every game is important.
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Norwood Teague, the soon-to-be Gophers athletics director, supports an NCAA Division I football playoff. He says, "the revenue from the playoff would be incredible." Teague also tells the Pioneer Press that they have to be careful not to water down the regular season, because every game is important.

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