Last season when Scott Frost was the head coach at UCF, he was left out of the playoff despite being unbeaten. They proved how good they are with a win over Auburn in the Peach Bowl.
Even though he’s now at a major school in Nebraska, Frost thinks college football should expand the playoff to include eight teams instead of its current four.
“Right now there’s a system in place that crowns the national championship,” Frost told Mike Bianchi during a radio interview on 96.9 The Game in Orlando on Thursday. “I think that system is better than it was when I was in college and two great teams still couldn’t play each other. … I really think an eight-team system with maybe five conference champions and three at-large teams would open up the door for a team like UCF or any other team that has a great year to get in. Sports is the best when you can decide these things on the field.”