Biggest BCS Buster Isn’t TCU or Boise State…It’s Washington D.C.

Posted by Timothy Saunders on December-9-2009 Add Comments

For years college football fans have called for a playoff system, whether it be an eight, 16, or 32 team playoff. The arguments generally sparked after non-BCS schools "bust the BCS" by qualifying for BCS bowl games.

The BCS: History

The argument for a playoff system didn't really gain momentum until 2004, when the University of Utah went 11-0 and ended up ranked No. 6 in the BCS rankings. And yet the BCS system has had problems since it's inception following the 1998 post-season (when Michigan and Nebraska were declared co-National Champs). In its inaugural season, the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) was faced with it's first potential "buster", Tulane (Conference USA). In 1998, Shaun King lead the Tulane...

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