The final BCS championship game occurred at the end of the 2013 season. Since then, the College Football Playoff has taken over.

Has it been much better than the computers running the show?

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Sports Betting in Big Ten Country

There is big news coming to the upcoming 2022-23 Big Ten football season (and NFL season). Ohio online sports betting and Maryland sports betting are on the way.

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Regardless, the College Football Playoff Committee is who is calling the shots now. No more computers creating some seemingly random number for teams. Humans get to watch and analyze the teams with their own eyes now.

We know how the 2019 college football season has gone so far. Teams like Ohio State, Alabama, LSU, Oklahoma have looked awfully good. But, what would the computers say?

What if the BCS came back? How would the teams be rated and ranked?

Well, here’s a look at a simulation:

What do you think of these rankings? It kind of looks like what the AP Poll is right now. Ohio State is a bit higher on here, but, are the computers wrong? Are they completely out of whack?

Maybe life wasn’t so bad with the computers determining which teams are best at the end of the year. Or, maybe the have. Regardless, it is the way it is now.

No more BCS. But, it’s fun to take a look at a “what if?”