LOS ANGELES – Leaders of the Pac-12 Conference agreed in principle Saturday to try to end college football‘s Bowl Championship Series, proposing its replacement with a playoff system that would allow only conference winners to play for college football’s national title.
“I don’t hear anyone saying business as usual is acceptable,” said Edward Ray, Oregon State University’s president and chairman of the Pac-12 universities’ CEO group. “We need change.”
Though a formal vote was not taken among the top Pac-12 university officials who attended Saturday, they expect that to occur at their next meeting later this year.
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