BCS Rejects MWC Playoff Plan Print
Wednesday, 24 June 2009 18:12
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MWC Plan Rejected

Indianapolis, IN - Bowl Championship Series presidents have rejected the Mountain West Conference's playoff plan.

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The MWC proposed an eight-team playoff system that would allow greater access to the national championship game to teams outside the six most powerful leagues. The BCS presidential oversight committee rejected the concept during a teleconference on Wednesday.
``There was no overall support for the proposal, although some conferences were interested in considering certain elements of it in the future - particularly those related to revenue, access and governance of the BCS arrangement,'' said University of Oregon president David Frohnmayer, the outgoing committee chairman.

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Posted: 6/24/09 11:15PM ET

 

 

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