PHOENIX (AP) -The results of a three-month review of the USA Today coaches' poll are a secret.
The coaches' final regular-season ballots - and even the identity of the 61 voters - may soon be a secret as well.
Those are among several possible changes being considered by the American Football Coaches Association, which has been releasing the final regular-season ballots since 2005 in an effort to bring transparency to the Bowl Championship Series selection process. The coaches' Top 25 accounts for one-third of the BCS standings.
The AFCA asked Gallup to study its poll and make recommendations that will make the poll more accurate and credible. The AFCA's board heard the results of the survey Wednesday but declined to make them public.

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