The BCS is considering giving conference champions ranked in the top six preference in a theoretical four-team playoff. What do you make of this idea?
Bevo Owns Aggie: "it should be top 4 conference champions only. no biased polls."
jkania44: "If you make teams play a real non conference schedule, most of this stuff would sort itself out. If teams were not allowed to schedule directional schools as a non conference schedule, there might be more clarity at the end of the season."
goshkruse: "It's probably been said before, and they'll likely get there, but there's only one solution. Eight teams which includes the 6 major conference champions (SEC, BIG12, BIG10, ACC, BIG EAST and PAC12) with 2 at large bids determined by highest ranking. Seven games over 3 weeks - how difficult is that?"
Ray5Finkle: "Even though college sports are usually more fun to watch on an individual game basis, professional sports have it right when determining who makes the playoffs. There is no subjectivity involved, it doesn't matter how much you win by, and it doesn't matter what your strength of schedule is. A win is a win, and the playoffs are determined by the records, not a poll."
chuckdaruler360: "I don't think the Big East champs should get preference over anything."
bstarner12: "Why not just make a playoff where they take the 11 conference winners and 5 at large bids? Then make the seeding accordingly like they do in basketball."