After analyzing and taking lessons from the first season of the College Football Playoff era, new criteria has emerged for predicting who will be selected for the New Year's Six.
Brad Edwards identifies five potentially overrated teams by looking for programs that performed worse than their records showed last season.
Brad Edwards diagnoses some of the main issues with the current BCS system and looks at some changes that should -- and in some cases, could -- be enacted.
Brad Edwards provides ideal scenarios for how second-tier title contenders Alabama, Arkansas, Boise State, Oklahoma and Oregon can make the BCS Championship Game.
Brad Edwards provides his latest BCS projections and lists the next teams up for each of the 10 bowl bids. When it comes to the national title race, an Alabama-LSU rematch is a very real possibility.
Brad Edwards gives his latest BCS projections and lists the next teams up for each of the 10 bowl bids.
Brad Edwards writes that the Boise State Broncos are once again undefeated, yet needing other major programs to lose in order to earn a shot at the BCS title. This may be the year their BCS fortunes turn.
Brad Edwards looks at the remaining undefeated teams and ranks them in the order of likelihood that they'll receive a BCS title game berth if they remain unbeaten.
Not only are the first BCS standings likely to be without a top five SEC team, it will likely include a non-AQ in the top three for the first time.
Texas might have struggled to beat Nebraska, but that shouldn't stop the Horns from reaching the title game.
When the BCS at-large selections are made, Boise State still looks to be in good shape.
For the first time in weeks, some upsets give us clear-cut winners and losers.
If one or more of the big three falter, which team can take advantage?
You know the big three -- Florida, Alabama, Texas -- control their destiny, but there could be one more: LSU.
There are plenty of questions to be answered during the next seven weekends, so don't fool yourself into thinking all but three teams have been eliminated from the championship race.
When the BCS standings are released Sunday, Texas will find itself trailing Florida, Alabama and Virginia Tech.