Rose Bowl ‘delighted’ to be part of expanded CFP

Laura Farber, a lawyer by trade, found herself in a courtroom on Wednesday defending a deposition when she glanced at her opposing attorney and handed them a message.

“I apologized to him and told him that I would need to take a lot of breaks today,” Farber said.

On one of the most important days in college football history, Farber pulled off his juggling act. As chair of the Rose Bowl Management Committee, she argued a court case and delivered the long-awaited Rose Bowl decision on expanding the college football playoffs. Bowling’s oldest active game has agreed to amend its contract with the CFP, paving the way for the playoffs to expand from four to 12 teams in 2024.

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