Breaking the huddle on protocol in the BCS era

Originally Published: November 19, 2008
By Ivan Maisel | ESPN.com

Office Of Protocol

It is the time of year when all of college football obsesses about protocol. Making the BCS National Championship Game is neither cut nor dried. It is a mix of performance, opinion and computer magic. The recipe changes from year to year, like flu shots.

Some years, performance is everything, as when USC and Texas romped to the Rose Bowl three years ago. Some years, computer magic trumps opinion, as in 2003, when No. 1 USC didn't play in the BCS title game.

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