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The college football Bowl Championship Series (BCS) is a selection system involving the top ten ranked teams in the NCAA Division I- Football subdivision that creates five bowl match-ups, the Rose Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Orange Bowl, and Sugar Bowl and the opportunity to compete in the BSC National Championship game. In order to determine the two teams to play in the BCS National Championship Game, BCS relies on a combination of polls and computer selection methods to determine relative team rankings. The ten teams selected include the conference champion from the Big Ten, Pacific 12, Atlantic Coast, Southeastern, Big 12 and American Athletic conferences and up to four “at-large” selections who finish the season in the top 14 of those in the BCS rankings. The BCS was created in 1998 to end split championships and for the Champion to win the title on the field between the two teams. Prior to its establishment, 8 teams played the four bowl games and no one National Champion was ever truly determined.

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