College Football 2011: 10 Scenarios That Could Doom the BCS Format

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College Football 2011: 10 Scenarios That Could Doom the BCS Format
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When the Bowl Championship Series was established in 1998, it was hailed as a marvel of college football genius, and was going to put an end, once and for all, to shared national championship and disputed between who is deserving and who is not.

After 13 BCS seasons, and 13 BCS championships, it's probably safe to say that the controversy and arguments about who is the “true” national champion hasn't gone away, no matter how much the BCS wishes it did.

In reality, the BCS is a majorly flawed system. Unfortunately, it's the system that's currently in place, and with the amount of money it generates and the supercilious attitude of some of football's elite, it might be around for some time.

But what would make this calamity of a system simply go away? What could happen to bring down this well-funded house of cards?

Boise State, TCU, Utah, Hawai'i, Reggie Bush, Cecil Newton, and a few others have done their best to unwittingly destroy the system, but still the BCS remains. So what would actually doom the BCS system? Here are 10 possibilities.

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