The money spent and earned by Alabama, Clemson, Michigan State and Oklahoma in the 2016 College Football Playoff.
Alabama handed out $2.3 million in bonuses, while Clemson passed around $1.9 million following their team's showdown in the title game. Here's where the money went.
New chair of the College Football Playoff, Kirby Hocutt, discusses his position and how things may -- or may not -- change in the near future.
The 2016-17 College Football Playoff semifinals will remain on New Year's Eve Saturday with the Orange Bowl being moved to Friday, Dec. 30.
Four new members were added Thursday to the College Football Playoff Selection Committee, led by legendary Michigan coach Lloyd Carr.
The SEC reported $527.4 million in revenue during the first year of the College Football Playoff and the SEC Network in 2014-15, a 62-percent increase from the previous year.
With more than a dozen Alabama starters likely headed into the NFL Draft, Nick Saban will face as tough a rebuild as ever in 2016.
An incredible performance by Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson nearly resulted in Nick Saban losing his first national title game. Instead, Watson and the Tigers will look to next season.
Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long's tenure as chairman of the College Football Playoff Selection Committee will end after two seasons.
Alabama's congressional representatives opened Tuesday's session with a toast to Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide.

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