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Topic - College Football Playoff
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, former Nebraska coach Tom Osborne and College Football Hall of Fame quarterback Archie Manning are among the 13 people who will be part of the College Football Playoff selection committee in 2014.
The most scrutinized committee in sports has been set. The members say they'll need thick skin, plenty of time and the ability to leave their loyalties behind to pick the four teams that will play for college football's national title next year.
Rice, former Nebraska coach Tom Osborne and College Football Hall of Fame quarterback Archie Manning are among the 13 people who will be part of the College Football Playoff selection committee in 2014. The committee was officially unveiled Wednesday.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is expected to be part of the selection committee that will pick the teams for the College Football Playoff next year, a person with direct knowledge of the process told The Associated Press.
The committee is expected to be comprised of current athletic directors and former college athletic administrators and coaches.
A person with direct knowledge of the process tells The Associated Press that former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is expected to be part of the selection committee that will pick the teams for the College Football Playoff next year.
If all goes according to plan, the possibility of one of those attention-grabbing FCS wins won't exist much longer in the Big Ten.
The BCS farewell tour is about to begin.
The BCS farewell tour is about to begin. Love it or hate it — we're guessing there are far more in the hating camp — the system for determining college football's national champion will be mothballed after this season, replaced by the new, aptly-named College Football Playoff.
There are positive signs that a widespread upgrade in nonconference scheduling is coming to college football.
With change on the horizon for college sports, American Athletic Conference Commissioner Mike Aresco wants everyone to know his league has the resources and the will to be included with the top football conferences in the country.
College football's Davids will get fewer chances to knock off the Goliaths in the coming years.
The five power conferences are trying to redefine what it takes to operate a Division I college athletic program, with their commissioners calling out the NCAA at media days around the country.
The conference commissioners who put together the College Football Playoff will not be allowed to serve on the committee that selects the teams that will play in it.
Now that the guys putting together the College Football Playoff have determined where the games will be played, there's only one major item left on the agenda _ and it just might be the most important piece.