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Department of Justice investigating BCS Cartel

Department of Justice investigating BCS Cartel
As you might have just heard, the Fiesta Bowl will be allowed to remain part of the Bowl Championship Series, though it must pay a $1 million fine (which sounds like a lot of money, but really isn’t in the grand spectrum when you consider their annual earnings history) for apparent illegal campaign contributions and... Read more »

Door Opening for College Football Playoff with Department of Justice Ruling

The Department of Justice is currently investigating the BCS, the OPEC of big money sports, and NCAA President Mark Emmert and BCS Director Bill Hancock are doing little more than playing the denial and ignorance game. The Fiesta Bowl’s egregious offenses (and the slap-on-the-wrist ruling that followed) have called attention to corruption within the BCS.... Read more »

College Football Bowl System Being Investigated on Corruption Charges

The BCS (or should I say the BcS, or BC$) has been the target of criticism from fans, the media,  all the way up to President Barack Obama. There is an overwhelming mandate for a college football playoff, yet the college football bowl system remains in place. Now a group with political juice is trying... Read more »

Michigan State #7 in 1st BCS Rankings of 2010

Michigan State isn’t known for just basketball anymore. The football at the hoops haven team is really making a name for itself. State is off to their first 7-0 start since the national championship year of 1966. The first BCS standings of the college football season came out Sunday night, and since MSU is the... Read more »

Will small schools retain their soul in BCS Conferences?

It’s easy to understand why the small schools are in favor of a college football playoff system; the BCS prohibits them from EVER playing in the championship. The big schools in the BCS conferences? (Big 12, SEC, ACC, Pac 10, Big East and Big Ten) Well, they get shafted by the computers too, but they’re... Read more »