Category Archives: BCS
Antitrust suit vs. the BCS can succeed without ‘winning’
Last week, Utah attorney general Mark Shurtleff announced he would sue the BCS in coming months on antitrust violations. Much of analysis, understandably, has been about whether Shurtleff can win the case. I have no idea how a judge would … Continue reading
Is Mark Cuban persuasive enough to kill the BCS?
The heart of Death to the BCS is the numbers, the ones that nauseate college football fans, the millions of dollars universities forfeit to the thieves who run bowls and the hundreds of millions more they deny by obstructing against … Continue reading
Why is Florida still getting votes in the Harris Poll?
The University of Florida hasn’t won a football game in a month. Its current losing streak is its worst in 11 years. Its early-season victories came against opponents with a combined 14-16 record. It just hasn’t been much of a … Continue reading
The big day and the weeks ahead
In early February, we turned in the manuscript for Death to the BCS. After two years of work, we felt like we had sufficiently unraveled the Bowl Championship Series, and I won’t lie: I wanted to climb atop a mountain … Continue reading