The much-maligned Bowl Championship Series will get underway in January for the final time, but not before going out with a lineup of games that are both stellar and underwhelming.
The Southeastern Conference eastern division championship used to go through Gainesville or Athens, Georgia, but this year after two big division victories; the road to the SEC Championship goes through Columbia. Not Columbia, South Carolina, but rather Columbia, Missouri.
After another wild weekend of upsets across the college football world, the first Bowl Championship Series standings for 2013 was released Sunday night and the team at the top was once again the Alabama Crimson Tide.
There may be an influx of Northern Illinois University students in Miami in the first week of January, but it’s not an early spring break.
The Orange Bowl may be inviting a Mid-American Conference to the legendary game if Kent State University manages to move up one spot in the Bowl Championship Series rankings.
When the bowl season rolls around in college football, Florida State fans may be angry at West Virginia University, even though the two schools didn’t play each other this season.
After the release of the first Bowl Championship Series rankings, one thing remains abundantly clear: the Southeastern Conference is still the cream of the crop when it comes to college football.
Fans won’t find Florida anywhere in the mix, but after Saturday’s games, there’s little doubt that the Southeastern Conference is the most dominant conference in college football.