BCS vs. Playoff presentation

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1 National Collegiate Athletic Association Football Bowl Subdivision - Executive Committee quarterly meeting Terrance McKnight March 30, 2010
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Objectives § Briefing on § State of current system § Fallacies of current system § Recommendations for the future § Garner support from key executives to change current bowl system to a 16-team playoff system
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Background § Landscape of college football has changed § 34 current bowls (3 more planned) § Corporate sponsorship § Government interest/lobbying § All comes down to $$$ § Only we can change this § Root cause is our practice of not choosing a champion in this subdivision § Players treated like pros w/o monetary benefits
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BCS § Bowl Championship Series – 5 bowls § Created in 1998 as a coalition between 6 conferences and the University of Notre Dame to have undisputed national champion § Improvement from previous system
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§ System still flawed § 65 teams in 6 BCS conferences average $1.7M, $18M per conference guaranteed § 55 teams in 5 non-BCS conferences average $185K or $370K
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