Strength of schedule needs more BCS weight

Since the SEC has won three consecutive national championships in football, it has little to complain about in regard to the BCS. But I can still complain on its behalf.
That’s not the lead-in to another we-need-a-playoff rant. I have moved on, and – though not embracing the BCS concept of championship by ballot – have at least accepted it.
I also have accepted the fact that coaches will continue to vote in the top-25 poll, which is akin to having college basketball coaches serve on the NCAA tournament selection committee.