Longhorns, Trojans played in game for the ages
Since the advent of the Bowl Championship Series in 1998, some have sworn by it. Others have sworn at it.
While the debate for a college playoff rages in many quarters, what's not up for debate is that the BCS certainly keeps things interesting throughout the course of the college football season.
You know that's what former SEC commissioner Roy Kramer, the father of the BCS, had in mind when he came up with this system to determine the national champion a decade ago. Nobody ...
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The BCS at 10
• Maisel: Paradox found
• Low: Best BCS bowl games
• Miller: Best BCS bowl performances SportsNation
• Rank 'em: Best BCS bowl games
• Rank 'em: Best BCS bowl performances
• Chat wrap: Chris Low
• Chat wrap Ted Miller
• Maisel: Say yes to the BCS
• Forde: Say no to the BCS
• Miller: Biggest BCS bowl slights
Dinich: ACC has been a dud in BCS era
Griffin: Big 12 becomes superpower in BCS era
Schlabach: Big East thriving in BCS
Rittenberg: BCS system has been good to Big Ten
Miller: USC dominates Pac-10 in BCS era
Low: SEC successfully navigates BCS system
Rittenberg: No complaints from South Bend
• Chat wrap: Tim Griffin
• Rank 'em: Defining players of the BCS era?
• Rank 'em: Memorable BCS bowl moment?
• Chat: Heather Dinich, 2 ET