Here is the BCS Presidential Oversight Committee:
- Scott Cowen - President, Tulane University - C-USA, may be good for the SEC and good for New Orleans.
- Rev. John Jenkins - President, University of Notre Dame - are you kidding me? This guy will always vote against the SEC. This might as well be a vote for the Big 10.
- Bernie Machen - President, University of Florida - this is the SEC rep?! This guy is a total tool who railed against oversigning and grayshirting CONVENIENTLY after Urban Meyer had done it for years and then "retired" from Florida.
- Max Nikias - President, University of Southern California - Pac 12
- Duane Nellis - President, University of Idaho - WAC, wildcard but a lean to Pac-12 and Boise-like teams
- Harvey Perlman - Chancellor, University of Nebraska - Big 10
- John G. Peters - President, Northern Illinois University - MAC, Big 10 country
- Bill Powers - President, University of Texas - Big 12 but possibly looking out for themselves over the conference.
- James Ramsey - President, University of Louisville - Big LEast
- Gary Ransdell - President, Western Kentucky University - interesting that this is basically the Sun Belt team that is furthest from the heart of SEC country.
- Charles W. Steger (chair) - President, Virginia Tech - ACC but only since 2004 and how long will they stay?
- John Welty - President, Fresno State - Another WAC, Pac-12 lean
These guys are going to decide which proposal for a four-team playoff to go with. Yes, I am not basing the above comments on facts, more admitted biased opinion so take it for what it's worth. However, I am guessing they will be heavily influenced by the Big 10/Pac-12 plan.