All 11 college football conference commissioners met in Dallas for two days, with the session concluding today. Nothing concrete emerged from it, but they all seem to get it that a BCS replacement is needed. Things are finally moving in that direction, too, with recent reports indicating it’ll likely begin with a “plus-one” system.
Via SB Nation:
It seems that a four-team tournament involving three games — essentially a pair of semifinal games before determining a national champion — is going to happen much sooner than an eight- or 16-team tournament, according to the sources the Sporting News was able to gather.
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