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By Kyle FredricksonDALLAS — The College Football Playoff era has certainly arrived.
Bill Hancock, executive director of the playoff committee, rolled through possible bowl scenarios over a three-year stretch while at the podium Tuesday for Big 12 Media Days.
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola expects to keep young American forward Julian Green with the club this season instead of loaning him to another team.
The 19-year-old scored against Belgium in the World Cup.
West Virginia and Tennessee will open the 2018 college football season at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.
The Charlotte Sports Foundation on Tuesday announced the first meeting between the schools.