Category: BCS

Mike Gundy Advocates a Four-Team Playoff, Says Oklahoma State Could Have Beaten LSU

Monday, December 5th, 2011

One way that Oklahoma State could have faced LSU in the national championship game was if the Cowboys would have beaten Iowa State. Instead, they lost in double-overtime and had to play the waiting game. The world found out that instead of LSU-Oklahoma State, we'll see an LSU-Alabama rematch in ...

Les Miles Won’t Hold Back His Team’s Enthusiasm Heading Into Showdown with Alabama

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 2 LSU. It's not only the game of the year in the Southeastern Conference, it's being dubbed as the game of the century by the pundits, fans and networks. If some people had their way, it would just be a preview of a national championship ...

Kellen Moore on Boise State’s National Championship Chances: “One thing we quickly realize right now is that it’s out of our control.”

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

Despite not playing this past weekend, the Boise State Broncos slipped in the Bowl Championship Series standings. The Broncos are off to a 7-0 start, and have made it look relatively easy in the process. As Georgia, who Boise State beat in the season opener, continues to win, it's been ...

Former University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Shelton Begins Rebuilding Process With Fiesta Bowl

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

The Fiesta Bowl won't be rebuilt in a day, but the process is now under way after former University of Arizona president, Dr. Robert Shelton, was hired as the new executive director of the Fiesta Bowl. Shelton takes over the spot left open by John Junker, who lost his job ...

BCS Executive Director Bill Hancock Gears Up For Meeting with Justice Department

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

Bill Hancock believes the United States government has plenty more to worry about than college football, but that doesn't mean he's not looking forward to a meeting with the Justice Department later this summer. Hancock, the executive director of the BCS, said late last week that the Justice Department had ...

Mark Cuban Believes He Can Topple BCS Without Destroying Bowl System

Friday, December 17th, 2010

Mark Cuban is already on track to go down as one of the most popular owners and sports figures -- albeit one of the most polarizing, as well -- ever. He might be on the verge of one-upping himself. Cuban announced this week and in the following interview that, while he ...

Bill Hancock Makes His Case for the BCS

Monday, December 13th, 2010

This season there are three undefeated teams in college football, but with the current system in place, only two of them can play for the National Championship. While Auburn and Oregon will be fighting for the coveted crystal football, TCU will be in Pasadena to take on Wisconsin in the ...

Let the BCS Waiting Games Begin!

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

The first BCS standings came out on Sunday night and with them, the first round of speculation that goes along with them. Would an undefeated TCU or Boise State play in a title game over a one-loss Alabama team? Could the top two teams, Oklahoma and Oregon, be supplanted without losing ...

Jim Tressel’s Buckeyes Are One Step Closer To National Championship

Friday, September 17th, 2010

The Ohio State Buckeyes entered the college football season as the favorite of many to bring home the Bowl Championship Series national championship. With Heisman Trophy contender Terrelle Pryor at quarterback, the Buckeyes were the favorite to come out of the Big Ten, but they also had to get to ...

New NCAA President Dr. Mark Emmert Can’t Change the BCS

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

A newly named NCAA President who has previously, publicly declared his positive feelings towards the inevitability of a college football playoff apparently means nothing. Dr. Mark Emmert, the current President of the University of Washington has been tabbed as the next chief of the NCAA. He is set to take ...