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Former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr, according to a sourced report Wednesday on ESPN.com, is expected to have a spot on the College Football Playoff selection committee.

Carr, Michigan’s head coach for 13 seasons and a college football Hall of Fame inductee, will be one of the four new committee members announced later this week.

Last week it was reported Carr was one of about six to eight finalists considered by the CFP after all 10 FBS commissioners and Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick were invited to submit candidates.

The CFP has to replace USC athletic director Pat Haden, Mike Gould, Mike Tranghese and Tom Osborne.