The BCS goes out with a Bang (BCS National Championship Review)

The end of the BCS would go out with a great game that truly showed what the BCS ended up being all about. With a playoff coming in next year selected by a committee the BCS will no longer matter but it would go out with a somewhat familiar matchup. It was familiar because in a total of 9 games since the BCS was created in 1998 the SEC has seen their champion in the final game.

2014 National Championship Preview

The BCS National Championship is reaching an end as this year will be the last year of the BCS as we know it. The rankings that were established in 1997 will be thrown out for what many believe to be a more fair system. The BCS has always come under fire for the way that they pick the top teams in the nation to face off in the National Championship.

The Season of Controversy (2013 NCAA Football Preview)

The NCAA Season is underway and once again one of the most exciting and debated leagues in football will continue on for another year. The NCAA is a league that seems to always be under fire as scandal seems to follow them at every turn. In many ways it is rightfully so as the NCAA is one of the strangest leagues in football as they rely on essentially free labour to make billions of dollars.

NCAA Football Report (Bowl Week 3)

The Bowl season is quickly coming to a close with only one week left in the NCAA’s postseason. The postseason has gone through plenty in the past few weeks with big wins and some very close games. As the next week of the bowl season begins the competition will only get better as better and better teams face off. The rankings begin to play a factor in the next week as ranked teams become more common throughout the bowls.

NCAA Football Report (Bowl Week 1)

The Bowl season has officially begun with the New Mexico Bowl and the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl kicking off the bowl season. Bowls are a funny thing in the NCAA and are the cause of the most debated subject in the NCAA. Bowl games are unique to the NCAA Division I-A or Division I-FBS as other divisions of the NCAA have a championship determined by playoffs.

NCAA Football Report (Week 8)

The BCS Rankings are out and so teams begin to learn where they truly stand as the season enters the second half. Teams are all looking for the top spots in the BCS to earn a berth in one of the BCS Bowls and possibly the National Championship. The fight for the National Championship is always an interesting one with plenty of debatable topics.

NCAA Football Report (Bowl Week 2)

Throughout the history of the BCS there have always been controversies and it becomes even more apparent in the Bowl Season. With the rankings set the bowls are created and there are a set of rules to determine these bowls. More specifically there are rules to creating what are known as the BCS Bowls. These bowls are The Rose Bowl, The Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, The Allstate Sugar Bowl, The Discover Orange Bowl, and The BCS National Championship.

2011 NCAA Football Season Review

With Bowl Season on the horizon and the Army-Navy game in the books the NCAA season is officially finished. It was an interesting year with plenty of debates and many stories throughout the year. With a very up and down year and typical intense rivalries and big surprises the NCAA season was entertaining yet again.

BCS: The Great Debate

The Bowl Championship Series (BCS) Rankings are the biggest point of controversy every season in the NCAA as some love the Bowls and some despise them. The BCS is an evolution of the traditional college system. The system has not changed much since the first ever Rose Bowl in 1902 when the top ranked teams in the nation faced off on New Year’s Day.

NCAA Football Report (Week 7)

This week was a big week in the NCAA as the first BCS rankings came out and started the speculation over the National Title. The Bowl Championship Series Rankings are the true rankings in the NCAA as all other rankings have a much smaller impact on the National Championship Game. The BCS rankings are created by a computer calculation that includes the AP Poll, Coaches Poll, Team Record, and Strength of Schedule to determine who the best team in the Nation is.

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