BCS Meetings Produce Quotes, No College Football Playoff Plan Yet

BCS commissioners continue to meet to come up with a new college football postseason, and you'll be astounded to note they haven't figured the whole thing out in only two days. Here's a round of quotes from various commissioners big and small regarding the latest meeting, and they all sound quite invested in working through a lengthy process.

Any time you get Mike Slive talking about the matrix, you know big stuff is happening. According to Slive's own description, the first meeting of commishes centered on the sport in general, while this one zeroed in on the BCS issue. They'll meet again in late April in Florida.

At issue is what to do about the current BCS deal expiring in two years. Two plans, a four-team playoff and a two-team, post-bowl game, appear to be the favorites, with multiple power conferences supporting the former and the SEC not quite so set on it if it allows only conference champs to participate.

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