What I meant by one of my earlier posts in this thread is, the money would disappear for a conference if they decided to back out of the BCS while it was still in operation. In other words, as long as the BCS is around and kickin', no conference would dare think of pulling out...they'd stand to lose too much money in doing so.I really don't understand why the money would dissappear with a playoff.
It always seems to be the BigXII too. And both '01 and '03 were at the expense of the Pac-10 (Oregon and USC). I don't think USC has a legitimate beef (no pun intended, Bevo) this year, but if Mizzou wins and Texas gets into the BCS Championship, Pete Carroll will have more choice words to say about the BCS system.I thought a team that didn't win there conference couldn't go to the championship game? I thought they made that rule when Nebraska went without winning the Big XII back in 2001...:scratch:
No doubt about it.Tebow is far superior than JPW in my opinion.
We're obviously brighter than the BCS...and by we, I mean the 14 people who voted Florida, not me and the other 6 who picked 'Bama.Looks like Florida is running away with this poll (14 to 7 right now). It's amazing how little confidence people have in Alabama in this game...not just here in this thread, but pretty much everywhere.