Notre Dame is ranked fifth in the BCS Standings.
Here’s what you need to know about the new postseason format put together by the commissioners of the 11 major college football conferences and Notre Dame’s athletic director.
So, major college football is finally getting a playoff. Now, can it get a new name, too?
I have said it once and I will say it again: If a team doesn’t win their conference championship, they SHOULD NOT be allowed to play for the national championship. I don’t care if Alabama did beat LSU in last seasons’ BCS National Championship game, I still don’t believe that they deserved to be there in the first place.
If the Big Ten athletic directors are any indication, they are going to find a way to mess this up.
The 11 BCS Commissioners and Notre Dame Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick released a statement Wednesday updating their discussions about potential changes to college football’s postseason.
As those in charge of college football continue to meet in Dallas, discussing the fate of the BCS, it appears the Big Ten’s proposed playoff plan may not fly among the rest of the college football teams.
It’s a debate that has gone nowhere for years: should college football use a playoff system or the bowl system?
Conference commissioner Jim Delany has long been pegged as the highest-profile figurehead in opposition to a college football playoff, but it appears the Big Ten is changing its tune.
A funny thing happened on the way to this widespread belief that the BCS is the worst thing to happen to sports since Barry Bonds’ biceps. People somehow became convinced that playoff systems are perfect.
After the fallout from Monday night’s National Championship game, FOX Sport’s Pete Fiutak has a new plan for the BCS.
It’s safe to say the reaction from Monday night’s National Championship game has been rather underwhelming.
A college football playoff is coming, it’s just a matter of what it looks like.
College football doesn’t have a playoff system (perhaps you’ve heard). And, you know what? I’m totally OK with that.
I’ve never understood the obsession with college bowl games. Teams compete all season long, for what? A chance to win the Sugar Bowl? The Little Caesars Pizza Bowl? Or even worse — the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl?
Someone please make the college football season stop!
Just like apple pie, the Fourth of July and steroid scandals, college football on New Year’s Day is about as American as it gets.
With bowl match ups shaping up, Gerry Dinardo of the Big Ten Network joined The Mully and Haley Show to dissect all that is college football.
Check out this full list of all the swag players get from bowl games.
There are no “do overs” in life. Well, unless your favorite college football team happens to be the Alabama Crimson Tide, of course.