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CFB Playoff Executive Director Says Auburn-Alabama Would've Met Last Season In Semifinal If Playoff Existed

If the College Football Playoff had existed last season, we could've gotten an Iron Bowl Part Two. 

Bill Hancock, the executive director of the College Football Playoff committee, is currently at SEC Media Days, walking reporters through various scenarios, explaining how teams will get picked for bowl games and the two semifinal contests. 

The most intriguing part of the nearly 30-minute, somewhat exhausting speech came when Hancock discussed what likely would have happened in 2013. 

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SEC football fans are familiar with the concept of their teams meeting in a rematch in a national championship contest. Alabama and LSU did it in 2011. Michigan and Ohio State came close to playing in the national championship in 2006, but the BCS put Florida at No. 2 instead of the Wolverines.