The national championship matchup between No. 1 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia isn’t the only big event on Monday.

There were discussions between the power five conferences and other high-volume personnel on the potential expansion for the College Football Playoff system to expand from four teams to include potentially 8 or 12 teams.

Not too surprisingly, the discussion to expand the CFB Playoff was shelved. SEC commissioner Greg Sankey filled reporters in on how the resolutions for playoff expansion have stalled.

The CFB Playoff system was brought for more teams to contend for national championship. It was also a way for the BCS system to be abolished. In the eighth year of the Playoff, the controversy is still relevant.

Sankey went on to say that talks will continue and that there isn’t a standoff.