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The College Football Playoff announced that Michigan athletics director Warde Manuel has been named selection committee chair for the 2024 football season.

Also announced was the addition of several new Management Committee members, which includes former Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel and Arkansas athletics director Hunter Yurachek.

IRVING, Texas – The College Football Playoff (CFP) Management Committee has appointed University of Michigan Athletics Director Warde Manuel as selection committee chair for the 2024 football season, it was announced today by Bill Hancock, Executive Director of the CFP. Manuel replaces Boo Corrigan, the athletics director at NC State, who served as chair for the past two seasons.

Hancock also announced that the Management Committee has appointed Patrick Chun, athletics director at Washington State University; Randall McDaniel, former All-American defensive lineman from Arizona State University; Gary Pinkel, longtime head coach at the University of Toledo and University of Missouri; Mack Rhoades, athletics director at Baylor University; Carla Williams, athletics director at the University of Virginia; and Hunter Yurachek, athletics director at the University of Arkansas, to the CFP Selection Committee.

Hancock also announced that the management committee has extended the term of Will Shields, former All-American lineman at the University of Nebraska, for an additional year.

The new members will begin three-year terms starting this spring. They will replace Mitch Barnhart, Corrigan, Mark Harlan, Gene Taylor, Joe Taylor and Rod West, whose terms have expired.
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