Samuel Chi is a college football analyst and proprietor of BCSGuru.com. He is also a senior editor at RealClearPolitics and managing editor of RealClearSports. Sam previously covered the NFL and college football for the San Francisco Chronicle, Contra Costa Times and Pasadena Star-News. His work has appeared in ESPN.com, Sports Illustrated, Philadelphia Daily News, Denver Post, among numerous print publications.
It's a very, very good time to be Notre Dame, on the field and off.
A couple of BCS bowl wins would shore up the Pac-12's bowl reputation in a hurry, not to mention affirm the conference is in very good hands during USC's recovery.
With 2013 setting up to be another critical year of conference reshuffling, here's a look at where we stand as far as what matters most to the people in charge: conference TV deals.
Depending on which way the Broncos go, college conference realignment could be almost done for now or just getting started.
Who's playing in which conference in 2015? Everyone.
College football doesn't have a playoff yet, and the one we'll get will (at first) just be a four-team tournament bolted onto the BCS. Let's scrap the whole thing in favor of a 16-team field. We have that power. No, we don't.
Four of five BCS bowls, including the national championship, likely would feature different teams if not for one mistake by Ohio State last year.
For the first time ever, a MAC team has made the BCS. And now we're all super mad about it! But should we be?
Alabama and Notre Dame are assured of their BCS National Championship spots, but can Northern Illinois knock out Oklahoma?
We just about know the entire BCS bowl picture, with two big questions: will Boise State or the MAC champion end up ranking high enough to land a BCS spot, and can Kansas State hold off Oklahoma?
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