Comments for: Commissioners open to making big BCS changes

Posted Jan. 10, 2012, at 6:48 p.m.
Last modified Jan. 10, 2012, at 7:15 p.m.

NEW ORLEANS — College football leaders, including Big Ten commissioner and staunch playoff opponent Jim Delany, are open to considering the idea of turning the Bowl Championship Series into a four-team playoff. The commissioners from the 11 FBS conferences met Tuesday at a hotel in New Orleans to exchange ideas …

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  • Anonymous

    No matter what, there will always be whinners.  Also games are won by field goal kickers.  A game filled with just that, shows great skill by the opposers defense to keep them out of the end zone.  It was just as good of a nail biter game, as a game that is throwing for those touchdowns and only score  7-21 in a game.  The recent game also had a touchdown. And might I add, due to the complaints of other teams ….I had read on numerous sites that they would boycott the Tv bowl game. Their loss. What bad sports. The system at this time, is what it is. And was played by no 1 and no 2. Change the system please to satisfy everyone. Then there will not be any whinning. But I bet the whinning will continue!!!!

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