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Fifth game to help non-BCS schools

The Division I-A commissioners found consensus in the most financially viable plan Wednesday and agreed to use the "piggyback" as the working model for the next BCS contract, according to officials at two I-A conferences.

Originally Published: June 9, 2004
By Ivan Maisel | ESPN.com

The Division I-A commissioners found consensus in the most financially viable plan Wednesday and agreed to use the "piggyback" as the working model for the next BCS contract, according to officials at two I-A conferences.

Each of the four current BCS bowls would host a second game in the year in which it hosts the national championship game, beginning with the 2006 season.

Although commissioners were asked not to comment before a Thursday teleconference, the decision must have been ...

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