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Countdown Begins to Better BCS System

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What’s the best thing that came out of Monday night’s BCS championship game? No, it wasn’t the mid-game infomercial for the Alabama quarterback’s beauty contest-winning girlfriend.

It was the knowledge that in only one more year, the process of getting this right will commence.

The system that sent Notre Dame to the national...

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