The often criticized Bowl Championship Series, or BCS, is the computerized selection system that is designed to accurately select the top two teams in Division I NCAA College Football to play in the “National Championship Game”. The system was put in place in 1998 in its original form, but after multiple controversial selections to the championship game, there has been changes made to the process.
In addition to the BCS National Championship, the system will also select the teams which will play in the other BCS Bowl Games. The four BCS Bowls include the Rose Bowl, the Sugar Bowl, the Fiesta Bowl and the Orange Bowl. The national championship game rotates among each of the bowls.
Miami’s Dolphin Stadium moved into the number one spot once again in TicketNews’s exclusive venues rankings for the week ending Sunday, December 28. The stadium, which had a power score of 3.25 this week, will host the New Year’s Day Orange Bowl as well as the January 8 BCS... Read more
“FirstDIBZ Announces BCS National Championship and All-Access Bowls” CHICAGO, IL. (FirstDIBZ) October 6, 2008 – Online forward market pioneer FirstDIBZ today announced its BCS National Championship and BCS All-Access Bowl markets. College football fans can purchase “DIBZ” for their team through the FirstDIBZ exchange and guarantee themselves the opportunity... Read more
By Stacey Willets As we enter the time of year to begin lamenting about winter weight, sports events show an increase in activity. Specifically, the NFL playoffs kick off the New Year with several teams rushing the Top Events chart. Whether or not you plan to join the countdown... Read more
By Tim Fraser Perhaps there is no time of year that is filled with as much tradition as the winter season. Seeing your family, shoveling snow, doing your holiday shopping and since 1998, criticizing the BCS. Currently, the NCAA uses the controversial Bowl Championship Series, or BCS, system to... Read more
By Stacey Willets The BCS Game rivals Hannah Montana in ticket sales and controversy. The college football championship takes number three on the Top Events chart this week even as frustrated sports fans clamor for a playoff system and debate on which of five deserving teams should have been... Read more