Once the 2014 college football season kicks off, a national champion will no longer be crowned after one game between the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the BCS standings.
Instead, the BCS presidents elected to modify the current system and include the No. 3 and No. 4 teams in the rankings, which will give college football its own version of the Final Four.
The presidents have not decided where the semifinal and championship games will be held yet. So for now, let's have a little fun thinking about some of the nation's premiere stadiums that would be perfect hosts for the upcoming college football playoff.
This slide show will have five stadiums from the west and south, in addition to five stadiums from the midwest and northeast portions of the country. This way, there can finally be a national title game played in a region without warm weather in the winter.
Without further ado, let us begin to take a look at some of the stadiums that should host college football's playoff once or twice every 10 years.