One day after the BCS championship game, members of the BCS met today, as was indicated yesterday, to discuss possible changes to the postseason format of major college football.
There were reportedly a lot of ideas; somewhere between 50-60 to give you a ballpark estimate. BCS executive director Bill Hancock said after the meeting that the 11 conference commissioners will meet likely 5-7 more times and a decision is expected to come before July 4.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said ideas were presented, but not ranked or thrown out.
“It was far more open,” Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany said. “Four years ago there were five guys who didn’t want to have the discussion. Everyone here fully participated in it.”
I wouldn’t necessarily count on a definitive answer any time soon seeing as these things move at extraordinarily slow rates, but any discussions about how to change the current system is progress.