Alphabet net on BCS mess: Hold that line!

Lowry, Brian
December 2003
Daily Variety;12/12/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 49, p1
Trade Publication
Asserts that U.S.-based television network ABC should share the blame for the failure of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Bowl Championship Series ranking system. Background on the broadcast rights deal between the collegiate sports organization and ABC; Weaknesses of the existing college football team ranking system.


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