NEW YORK (AP) - The members of the College Football Playoff selection committee won't say which teams they would have picked this season.
Clemson athletic director Dan Radakovich says: ''We all made an agreement not to answer those questions.''
Radakovich, former Nebraska coach Tom Osborne and former NCAA executive Tom Jernstedt discussed the selection committee and how it will operate Wednesday at the Intercollegiate Athletic Forum. They did not, however, delve into which teams they would have picked this season if next year's four-team playoff was in place instead of the Bowl Championship Series. No. 1 Florida State will play No. 2 Auburn on Jan. 6 at the Rose Bowl in the final BCS national championship game.

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