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The Big 12 is unlikely to start a football championship game this year though the NCAA approved a plan last month that would allow the 10-team league to do so.
Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby says data presented to league athletic directors Thursday pose questions about whether the league has a better chance to get into the four-team College Football Playoff without a championship game than it would with one.
There were no votes or any formal action taken by athletic directors on a championship game, possible expansion or a league-wide television network.
Bowlsby described the four-hour meeting as mostly ''high-level discussions.''
The ADs met a day before a meeting of the league's board of directors made up of school presidents and chancellors.
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