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Q&A with new CFP committee member Rob Mullens of Oregon

EUGENE, Ore. — Rob Mullens, Oregon’s director of athletics, was one of four people appointed to the College Football Playoff selection committee on Thursday. Of the four, he was the only non-coach but essentially takes the Pac-12 slot previously occupied by USC athletic director Pat Haden. 657 more words

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Lloyd Carr, Oregon's Rob Mullens added to Playoff selection committee

IRVING, Texas (AP) — Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens and former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr are among the four new additions to the College Football Playoff selection committee. 202 more words

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Jeff Long steps down as CFB Playoff selection committee chairman

After wrapping up his second season as chairman of the College Football Playoff selection committee, Jeff Long is stepping down. LongĀ is expected to remain on the selection committee, and has two years remaining on his term. 210 more words

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College Football Playoff executive director jokes that 'Star Wars' may have caused low ratings

The College Football Playoff’s semifinal games this season, which were played on New Year’s Eve, had ratings that were disappointing, if not totally surprising. It seemed like… 171 more words

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Bill Hancock says CFB Playoff locked in for New Years Eve despite massive failure on TV

College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock said he wanted to wait until after the TV ratings for the entire New Years Six were revealed before commenting on the future of the College Football Playoff schedule. 461 more words

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Today would have been a perfect day for the College Football Playoff

The numbers are in and the results were not good for the College Football Playoff and ESPN. As noted yesterday, the TV ratings for the Cotton Bowl and Orange Bowl semifinal games in the College Football Playoff drew solid numbers by many accounts, but… 767 more words

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No daily fantasy ads to run during College Football Playoff

College Football Playoff Executive Director Bill Hancock says ESPN has agreed to not use advertisements for daily fantasy sports websites during broadcasts of the biggest postseason games. 209 more words

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