The Fight for the BCS: Why the System Works

Posted by Jordan Tippitt on August-31-2009 Add Comments

Everywhere on this website, and anywhere else for that matter, all you read about is how the BCS needs to be taken out and replaced by a playoff. 

I disagree, and here is why.

The BCS is said to have started in 1998 between Tennessee and Florida State, but it was truly started in 1992 under the name the Bowl Coalition. Ever since that year it has been constantly expanding and adapting to the ever changing game of college football. 

Probably the largest complaint with the BCS is the lack of love for the small teams (Utah, Boise State, BYU, TCU, etc.), but what people don't realize is that the BCS is working to adjust to this influx of very talented small schools. ...

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