HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — When Bowl Championship Series officials leave the beachside hotel in which they’ve gathered to hammer out the future of college football’s postseason, they want to have the choices whittled down to two or three.
The guys in charge met Wednesday for about eight hours to discuss overhauling how a champion is determined and possibly implementing a four-team playoff. It is the fourth such get-together this year, and they agreed it’s time to start narrowing the field.
They will reconvene today and BCS executive director Bill Hancock said the 11 conference commissioners and Notre Dame’s athletic director would like to have it down to a few clear choices.
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