College Football Playoff announces several changes to selection committee

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"We're delighted that they will be joining the committee".

The College Football Playoff committee cycles through participants every three years.

The College Football Playoff selection committee is always under the microscope and, while a place inside the group would be an impressive accomplishment, it comes with real responsibility.

Athletic directors are recused - meaning they can't be present - during voting or deliberations about their team's selection or seeding, but may answer "factual questions" about their institution, according to CFP policy. OU has also made deep playoff runs in men's basketball, women's basketball, men's tennis and baseball during Castiglione's tenure.

Boivin, an IL graduate, worked as a columnist at the Los Angeles Daily News and Arizona Republic for more than 20 years.

While it's true that Stansbury served as UCF's AD for a few years and Hatfield coached all over, non-powers are still under-represented.

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Lott played 14 professional seasons after his collegiate career at USC.

The 75-year-old Hatfield, who went on to coach at Arkansas and Clemson, was hired as Air Force's offensive coordinator in 1978.

Texas Tech athletic director Kirby Hocutt, who previously served as the Big 12's representative and committee chair, is among the members cycling off this offseason.

We saw this evidenced by UCF's 13-0 season previous year that was capped off by the Knights defeating Auburn in the Peach Bowl.

CFP rules dictate classifications for selection members include experience as coaches, student-athletes, administrators, journalists or sitting director of athletics. The Arkansas graduate was a defensive back on the 1964 national championship team.