Additional BCS games gives small conferences a shot
But that might be as good as it ever gets. Starting this season, a fifth BCS game will be added to make the system more accessible to teams from the smaller Division I-A conferences -- a move that likely will dilute the overall quality of the BCS field. This almost guarantees that one major bowl game will feature a team ranked outside of the top 10, and the odds are in favor of there being a second.
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