Everyone in college football may have their own opinions about the strongest conference, the best teams, coaches and schemes. But, many fans can agree on one thing: the BCS is a mess. Everyone came to that consensus when it became known that there will, in all likelihood, be a rematch between Alabama and LSU in the BCS National Championship. This is considering the fact that Alabama did not win their conference championship, and the fact that LSU already proved themselves against Alabama earlier in the season and defeated them in their own stadium.
This has many advocating for an actual BCS playoff system so teams can have the chance to play up front and earn their way to the BCS National Championship. This year has been one where the BCS has been so jacked up that they would actually match up two teams from the same conference that have already played each other in a rematch. Many may not even want to see the two face off again for the last game of the college football season.
But what if there was a playoff system with the top eight selected teams playing head-to-head for a shot at the National Championship? Here, we will take a look at the possible match-ups we could see if we had a BCS playoff system this year.