Pro to the question "Should College Football Replace the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) with a Playoff System?"
"BCS officials show a decided lack of respect for the NCAA's academic mission when they disingenuously trot it out as an excuse for obstructing college football reform...
Three facts make this clear. First, a playoff would require only a small number of teams to play only a few additional games. For example, in an 8-team playoff, 2 teams would play 1 additional game and 2 more teams would play 2 additional games. The other 116 Football Bowl Subdivision teams would play the same number of games. Second, nearly all playoff games could easily be scheduled between semesters to minimize athletes' absences from the classroom. Third, to the extent athletes missed limited class time due to a playoff, absences would occur during the semester's initial days and could easily be made-up in subsequent weeks."
"Rebutting the BCS--Academics Schmacademics," posted on playoffpac.com, Sep. 23, 2009
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"The Bowl Championship Series is inherently flawed. It crowns champions arbitrarily and stifles inter-conference competition. Fans, players, schools, and corporate sponsors will be better served when the BCS is replaced with an accessible playoff system that recognizes and rewards on-the-field accomplishment. To that end, Playoff PAC helps elect pro-reform political candidates, mobilizes public support, and provides a centralized source of pro-reform news, thought, and scholarship."