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USC’s Pat Haden Resigning from CFB Playoff Selection Committee

According to information relayed by L.A. Times reporter Lindsey Thiry, USC athletic director Pat Haden is stepping down from the College Football Playoff selection committee.

According to ESPN, Haden had received medical attention prior to USC’s 41-31 loss to Notre Dame. The report states that he had felt light-headed and had momentarily dropped to one knee.

Haden, who has been the athletic director at USC since 2010, leaves a group consisting of prominent figures such as former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, legendary former Nebraska coach Tom Osborne and former Superintendent of The United States Air Force Academy Lieutenant General Mike Gould (ret.).

Bill Hancock, Executive Director of the CFP, released the following statement regarding Haden’s exit.

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