Pro to the question "Should College Football Replace the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) with a Playoff System?"
"Three extra games. That's all it would take for college football to solve its biggest dilemma.
The failure of college football to establish a playoff system to determine its national champion is, quite frankly, bordering on the ridiculous. Every other NCAA sport uses some type of tournament or playoff to determine the best team that season.
The NCAA thought it solved this problem a with the creation of the Bowl Championship Series in 1998. However, the last few years have shown the BCS to be highly flawed.
A lot of innovative experts have provided the NCAA with viable methods as to how a playoff system would work. Incredibly, the powers that be have yet to act on these good ideas. It's hurting the sport."
"Should College Football Have a Playoff System? Pro: There Are Plans That Could Work for Everyone," Ventura County Star, Dec. 2, 2007