Vahe Gregorian

August 26, 2013 12:00 AM

BCS will vanish, but the playoff system will have critics as well

After 16 seasons of constant controversy that featured a Justice Department inquiry, saber-rattling of lawsuits, mass contempt for a selection system some found bewildering and others unfair, and even a book, “Death To The BCS,” dedicated to its demise, the BCS will be laid to rest after the college football national-title game on Jan. 6, 2014, at the Rose Bowl.

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