We have had 2 editions of the College Football Playoff Rankings come out for the 2021 season, and everyone has lost their minds.

All the media members and fans are bickering and yelling at each other about whether the committee got it right or wrong.

FOX analyst Joel Klatt has been among the many clamoring for an expanded playoff. He came out with a video on if he were the college football commissioner for a year.

His main 4 points are this:

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  • Remove divisions from the conferences
  • Dilute the CFP committee rankings
  • Diversify TV partnerships
  • Establish more objective criteria 

He is also for expansion of the CFP, and you can watch the whole video from Klatt down below:

Klatt points out the many flaws within the CFP committee as there are no objective criteria like you see in other sports, such as the NFL.

Trying to pick the 4 best teams while being objective and not subjective is extremely difficult to do for a 13-person committee, he argued.

Klatt’s ideas for the CFP are what most fans want to see—expanded playoffs, games at home sites, and games across the television networks.

The College Football Playoff management committee has until Dec. 1 to decide if they will expand the playoffs or not in time for the 2024 postseason.

Will the committee listen to Klatt and the masses clamoring for expansion, or will they kick the can down the road once again?