BCS can't have credibility without responsibility

Originally Published: April 28, 2005
By Ivan Maisel | ESPN.com

The BCS commissioners threw around the words integrity and credibility this week as if they meant them, and no doubt they do. They have the best of intentions, dress nicely and know how to hold a glass of wine by the stem at a cocktail reception.

But their actions this week made them appear as if they've received mail-order diplomas from the Bud Selig School of Commissionering. The idea of creating a poll to help determine the Division I-A national champion of football by rounding up retired ...

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