Does the BCS create more questions than it answers?
The BCS got No. 1 vs. No. 2 right, but the process for the other bids leaves a little to be desired, writes Craig James.
I suppose the ultimate goal is to avoid politics knocking out a highly ranked team. Fair enough. I mean, if a team is ranked in the top four it should be in a BCS game.
I know it's safe to say that the TV rights holders (ABC through this year's games) want the highest-ranked teams playing. TV ratings are the ultimate goal of the broadcaster.
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