The first weekly rankings of the College Football Playoff will be released tonight on ESPN, and so it’s a good time to re-open a debate about the college football postseason, and if it should have any tweaks.

The most common discussion is around expansion of the current four-team alignment. In the SEC, only Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher and Auburn’s Gus Malzahn are in favor of expansion, according to a survey from ESPN. The survey included 62 coaches discussing current system, which is entering its sixth season of a 12-year contract.

“I’m a former high school football coach, and I think eight teams, I think you’ll see that in the future,” Malzahn said. “I don’t know how quick.”

Those against expansion include Ole Miss’ Matt Luke, Vanderbilt’s Derek Mason, Georgia’s Kirby Smart, Kentucky’s Mark Stoops, Arkansas’ Chad Morris, South Carolina’s Will Muschamp, Missouri’s Barry Odom, Mississippi State’s Joe Moorhead and Tennessee’s Jeremy Pruitt.

Writer Heather Dinich wrote, “It should come as no surprise the most opposition to expansion came from the SEC, where nine coaches continued to praise the system in which their league has been included in every season of its existence.

Smart explained.

“I think it works,” he said. “It’s better than it was during the BCS. Being at four, it allows us to get to a real champion.”