NEW YORK (AP) — The BCS executive director says the goal of next week’s Bowl Championship Series meetings will be to produce more detailed postseason format options for conferences to consider next month.
Bill Hancock says the meetings in south Florida on April 24-26 will not result in a final decision on how major college football will determine its future champions.
Hancock says he’d like the 11 conference commissioners and Notre Dame’s athletic director to come away from the meetings with “something very specific” for conferences to consider.
BCS officials are sticking to their self-imposed, mid-summer deadline for having a future postseason format completed. Though Hancock says it is “not a given” the BCS will switch to some type of four-team playoff.