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CFP Taps New Selection Committee Members; Oregon AD Mullens To Serve As Chair

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 18 / 18

Oregon AD Rob Mullens will serve as the third CFP Selection Committee Chair after Texas Tech's Kirby Hocutt completes his term Feb. 1. Mullens follows former Arkansas AD Jeff Long ('14-15) and Hocutt ('16-17) as Chair. The CFP yesterday also named former Arizona Republic sports columnist Paola Boivi...

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