Offering Perspective From the Southeastern Conference
The Bowl Championship Series began in 1998. The Southeastern Conference won seven straight BCS titles from 2007-2013. In addition, the SEC claimed ten of the 16 crystal balls handed out in the BCS era. I must admit to rooting for Florida State in the final BCS Championship game, but the positioning of the SEC as the dominant conference in college football cannot be denied.
Next season marks the debut of the long-awaited College Football layoff. Affectionately known as “Mr. College Football”, Tony Barnhart offers a very comprehensive and honest view of how the CFP (College Football Playoff) will change the landscape of college football.
For what it is worth, Tony Barnhart is a passionate Georgia Bulldog football fan. According to his website, he has authored four books on the subject, including From Herschel to Hobnail Boot, The Life and Times of Larry Munson.
- A Change Would Do The BCS Good
- The 2011 College Football BCS Controversey – Much Ado About Nothing
- The Bowl Championship Series Standings- taking a look at the first BCS poll of 2011.
- Alabama Losing is Not Good For the SEC’s National Championship Streak
- Alabama-LSU – The Rematch for the BCS National Championship (January 9, 2011)