The BCS officially ended in early 2014 to crown the 2013 national champion (Florida State), but the formula still remains popular with college football fans, especially those who are critical of the College Football Playoff selection committee. remains active on Twitter. On Tuesday night, the site tweeted a side-by-side comparison of the BCS formula Top 25 with the selection committee’s first Top 25 of 2022.

Right off the bat, the BCS has a different No. 1. While the CFP committee went with Tennessee at No. 1, Georgia would be the BCS’ No. 1 team.

Here’s how the B1G teams’ rankings compare:

Ohio State

  • CFP – No. 2
  • Simulated BCS – No. 2


  • CFP – No. 5
  • Simulated BCS – No. 4

Penn State

  • CFP – No. 15
  • Simulated BCS – No. 16


  • CFP – No. 16
  • Simulated BCS – No. 15

It will be interesting to see how the side-by-side comparison looks until the 2022 postseason field is set.