College Football 2011: The First Ever BCS Draft Results

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College Football 2011: The First Ever BCS Draft Results

It’s an event that is analyzed years in advance.

Film is watched ad nauseam as every little detail is scrutinized down to its core.

Finally, the big day arrives and history is forever changed. Such is the NFL draft, but why do the pros get to have all of the fun?

While players battle back and forth with the owners, and before the NFL holds their traditional affair, it seemed like a novel theory to suggest what would happen if FBS schools had the opportunity to make draft choices of their own.

Using the Coaches’ Poll, as it’s included in the BCS, the order of selection is chosen much in the same fashion as the NFL’s poorest record to worst, but by using rankings in reverse.

The No. 25 team picks first and so on.

Every player on every FBS team is eligible. Once a player is picked, they cannot be picked again. If a player on your favorite team is not picked, have no fear because he’s safe and you will see him in your school’s colors next fall.

Has your school recruited to prevent the potential collapse of a national championship run?

How will last year’s final Top 25 benefit from the first ever BCS Draft?

North Carolina State is on the clock.

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