College Football Playoff Trophy Visits KFOR

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College football's newest, biggest, most coveted prize stopped by KFOR this afternoon.

The new College Football Playoff trophy, awarded to this years national champion, is a two piece trophy weighing approximately 65 pounds standing 3 feet tall.

It's made in New York and only one will be made per year. The trophy will go to the national champions trophy case and then another will be produced for the next national champion.

The trophy will travel to a game each week this season that features a "legit national championship contender" says Charley Green, who handles the trophy.

This week, the trophy which bares a similar look to an olympic torch, will be stationed at the Tennessee-OU game.

The trophy began the season at the Oklahoma State-Florida State game.

Green discusses fan reaction to it, how it's put together, and how you can get your picture taken with the inaugural trophy in the video above.

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