You want a college football playoff?
You got it.
Maybe not the head-to-head kind, with the winner advancing while the loser goes home format that we usually think of when we think of a playoff.
But with the release of the first official BCS standings Sunday, college football begins its very own, very special version of a playoff to determine which teams play for the BCS Championship.
Texas and Alabama, as expected, are ranked 1-2. Texas’ and Alabama’s conferences, the Big 12 and Southeastern, make up seven of the initial BCS Top 10.