College Football Playoff selection committee
The 13 members of the first College Football Playoff selection committee, which will pick the four teams that play for the national championship next year.
. Jeff Long, University of Arkansas athletic director, chairman
Experience: Athletic director at Pittsburgh and Eastern Kentucky. Played football and baseball for Ohio Wesleyan.
. Barry Alvarez, University of Wisconsin athletic director
Experience: Former Nebraska football player. Coached Wisconsin for 16 seasons and is winningest coach in school history.
. Lt. Gen. Mike Gould
Experience. Former superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy. Played football at Air Force.
. Pat Haden, Southern California athletic director
Experience: Played quarterback for USC and the Los Angeles Rams. Rhodes Scholar and former TV analyst.
. Tom Jernstedt
Experience: Former NCAA vice president who oversaw the men's basketball Final Four and selection committee. Worked with NCAA for 38 years.
. Oliver Luck, West Virginia athletic director
Experience: Former West Virginia and NFL quarterback. Former president of NFL Europe and the Houston Dynamo of MLS.
. Archie Manning
Experience: Former Mississippi and NFL quarterback. Member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Father of NFL stars Peyton and Eli Manning.
. Tom Osborne
Experience: One of the most successful coaches in college football history with Nebraska. Won three national titles. Served as a member of Congress for six years and was athletic director at Nebraska.
. Dan Radakovich, Clemson University athletic director.
Experience: Played football at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Former athletic director at Georgia Tech and American University
. Condoleezza Rice, Stanford University professor
Experience: Former secretary of state and national security adviser under George W. Bush. Former provost at Stanford, where she is currently a member of the faculty.
. Mike Tranghese
Experience: Former commissioner of the Big East.
. Steve Wieberg
Experience: Former college sports reporter for USA Today.
. Tyrone Willingham
Experience: Former coach of Notre Dame, Stanford and Washington. Played football at Michigan State.