College Football Playoff Selection Committee announces schedule for rankings reveals during 2022 CFB season
The College Football Playoff Selection Committee met this week to prepare for the upcoming 2022 season.
“It was good to get our group back together this week to review all of our procedures in detail,” committee chair Boo Corrigan, Athletics Director at NC State said in a released statement. “The College Football Playoff selection committee processes were built on a solid foundation, and as we enter the ninth year of the CFP, the committee members for 2022-23 are looking forward to the start of another great college football season.”
On Thursday, the Committee unveiled the schedule for the in-season ranking reveals.
The Committee rankings, which decide the CFP field of 4 and the New Year’s Six bowls, will be revealed on Tuesdays in November during the regular season. Selection Sunday, the reveal of the Committee’s final rankings, takes place in December after the conference championship games.
Here’s the ranking reveal schedule:
All times ET
- Nov. 1 – 7-8 p.m.
- Nov. 8 – 7-8 p.m.
- Nov. 15 – 9-9:30 p.m.
- Nov. 22 – 7-8 p.m.
- Nov. 29 – 7-7:30 p.m.
- Dec. 4 (Selection Sunday) – Noon-4 p.m.
The Nov. 15 start time is later due to the Champions Classic college basketball doubleheader at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The rankings will be revealed between games.
The selection committee member is made up of Mitch Barnhart (athletics director, University of Kentucky), Tom Burman (athletics director, University of Wyoming), Boo Corrigan (chair) (athletics director, North Carolina State University), Rick George (athletics director, University of Colorado), Chet Gladchuk (athletics director at the U.S. Naval Academy), Jim Grobe (former head coach at Ohio University, Wake Forest and Baylor), Warde Manuel (athletics director at the University of Michigan), Will Shields (former All-American offensive lineman, University of Nebraska), Gene Taylor (athletics director, Kansas State University), Joe Taylor (Vice President for Athletics and Community Wellness, Virginia Union University), John Urschel (Harvard Junior Fellow and former All-American offensive lineman, Penn State University), Rod West (group president Entergy Corporation and former linebacker at the University of Notre Dame). Kelly Whiteside (associate professor in Sports Media and Journalism at Montclair State University and a longtime sportswriter for USA Today, Sports Illustrated and Newsday).
The Committee has a recusal policy:
If a committee member or an immediate family member, e.g., spouse, sibling or child, (a) is compensated by a school, (b) provides professional services for a school, or (c) is on the coaching staff or administrative staff at a school or is a football student-athlete at a school, that member will be recused.