Why is Vanderbilt, not UCF, in the SEC?

HOOVER, Ala. — The other day, Bill Hancock, the executive director and head propagandist for the Bowl Championship Series, rambled on … and on … and on about how fair and equitable college football is under his beloved BCS system.
He pretty much told the hundreds of writers and broadcasters assembled at SEC Media Days that the BCS is responsible for everything that is good about college football from the popularity to the passion to the pageantry. If not for the BCS, we were led to believe, Yoko Ono would probably be doing sidelines instead of Erin Andrews.