BCS commissioners back to work on playoff plan
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
CHICAGO (AP) -- The Southeastern Conference's Mike Slive says he and his fellow commissioners would like to come out of the latest BCS meetings ready to make a "comprehensive presentation" on a four-team playoff to the university presidents.
Slive, the 10 other major college football conference commissioners and Notre Dame's athletic director are back in Chicago for another round of talks about creating two national semifinals that would lead to a title game.
Before the meetings began Wednesday, Slive told reporters the commissioners don't need to complete a plan for a new postseason before they leave Thursday.
He says: "We'd like to get as far as we need to get to make a comprehensive presentation to our presidents next week."
The BCS Presidential Oversight Committee meets Tuesday in Washington.