Former Michigan Football head coach Lloyd Carr has been named to the College Football Playoff Committee, executive director Bill Hancock announced on Thursday.
Carr joins former Central Michigan head coach and athletic director Herb Deromedi, former Southern Mississippi head coach Jeff Bower and Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens as the four new members of the committee.
In addition to his 28 years spent working for Michigan Football, Carr also served time on the NCAA Rules Committee, among other positions he has held over the years.
"I'm honored and looking forward to being a part of being a great group of people," Carr said, via the Detroit Free Press. "It's going to be a lot of hard work, but that's as it should be. Trying to take over 100 colleges that are eligible for the playoff down to four, that's a lot of hard work, but thankfully, the technology is a lot different than it was even 10 years ago."
Carr will begin his three-year term this spring.