The College Football Playoff has extended the contract of executive director Bill Hancock.
The 11 university presidents and chancellors that make up the Board of Managers unanimously approve the extension Monday, a few hours before the national championship game in New Orleans between Clemson and LSU.
Terms were not disclosed. Hancock's current three-year deal was set to expire in June.
Hancock has been executive director of the playoff since its start in 2014 and helped craft the current postseason system through the transition from the Bowl Championship Series.