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has one purpose - to provide college football fans with the most
accurate and complete BCS
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with knowledge of the inner workings of the BCS which is unavailable to
the general public. Aside from the blog and
the analysis page, the
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gathered from a number of sources, then combined and presented so that
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invited to explore the history
section of this site, as its archive is extensive and
contains BCS information you won't find elsewhere.
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