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The “Playoff” Era Begins & What It Means for Conference Realignment

Jun 27th, 2012 | By | Category: BCS News, BCS vs Playoffs, Editorial, Featured News, NCAA News

So we finally have a college football playoff at the highest level. It’s a huge feat that took until now to happen. In reality though, this ground breaking playoff is just a variation of the “Plus +” proposal combined with the existing system. In fact, in many ways, it brings the traditional bowl system back into […]

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BCS Meetings Today: Effect on 2013, Bowl Lineups,

Nov 14th, 2011 | By | Category: BCS News, BCS vs Playoffs, Editorial, Featured News

The BCS meetings are underway today in San Francisco with a number of issues up for discussion. With the current BCS period set to run through 2013, this is the meeting that will likely decide the specifics for the next BCS time period.   One item that will likely make it’s way to the agenda […]

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The Unspoken Potential Problem with College Football Playoffs vs BCS: Attendance

Dec 16th, 2010 | By | Category: BCS, BCS News, BCS vs Playoffs, Editorial

For years, fans of college football have clamored for a playoff at the highest level of the NCAA sport. Instead, the school presidents have opposed it in favor of the BCS system. And while some school presidents on the outside of the BCS have made some noise, and even government officials such as Utah Attorney […]

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Delaware to Potentially Lose Right to Host Playoff Games

May 14th, 2009 | By | Category: BCS vs Playoffs, Editorial, Featured News

The recent Delaware Sports Lottery bill that was passed, looks like it could very well effect the University of Delaware. The NCAA rules books are fairly straight forward: if you have legal sports gambling in your state, you don’t get to host championship games for college athletics. In FCS football, that means the playoffs…and Delaware […]

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Utah Attorney General to Sue BCS, Regardless of Congress

May 7th, 2009 | By | Category: BCS vs Playoffs, Featured News

Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says he will proceed with his suit against the Bowl Championship Series no matter what Congress does. Last week, officials from college football answered questions before a Congressional Committee. Congressmen asked if the college football post-season bowl system is fair. “It doesn’t matter what Congress does, we’re going forward, and […]

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Anti-BCS Bus Tour

May 5th, 2009 | By | Category: BCS vs Playoffs, Featured News

Chris Telmosse and his 26-year-old nephew, David Truax, are hardcore college football fans, and they’d decided they’d had enough of all the foot-dragging over a college playoff system. So they decided to take matters into their own hands and steer the sport in the right direction. They hit the road. They borrowed Chris’ father’s RV, […]

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House Subcommittee to Hold BCS Hearing this Friday

Apr 30th, 2009 | By | Category: BCS vs Playoffs, Featured News

From Sportsline:“The political football that is the Bowl Championship Series lands in Congress this week as lawmakers examine whether the system for awarding a national championship is fair. BCS coordinator John Swofford is among the witnesses invited to Friday’s hearing. Several lawmakers are pushing bills on the BCS. Rep. Joe Barton of Texas, for example, […]

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BCS Considering Parts of MWC Proposal

Apr 23rd, 2009 | By | Category: BCS, BCS vs Playoffs, Featured News

The BCS could decide to adopt parts of the playoff plan proposed by the Mountain West Conference, even as the group seems unlikely to scrap its current system of determining college football’s champion. A buttoned-up BCS finished its last day of meetings Wednesday in the city that will host the championship game in early 2010. […]

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Mountain West pitches 8-team playoff to BCS

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: BCS vs Playoffs, Featured News

The Mountain West Conference wants to lead the fight for a major college football playoff. The MWC presented the BCS with a proposal Wednesday to create an eight-team playoff system that would allow greater access to the national championship game to teams outside the six most powerful leagues. Commissioner Craig Thompson and four university leaders […]

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Congressmen set to amp up BCS reform effort

Feb 12th, 2009 | By | Category: BCS vs Playoffs, Featured News

Congressmen set to amp up BCS reform effort: “The effort to reform the BCS on Capitol Hill will roll on Friday. Before the close of Friday’s session, three U.S. Congressmen will cross-sponsor each other’s attempts to bring change to college football’s controversial postseason selection system. Congressmen Gary Miller (R-California), Joe Barton (R-Texas), and Neil Abercrombie […]

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