BCS Decoded

For six years, USC coach Pete Carroll said he never understood how the Bowl Championship Series worked . . . until now.
“Its about whos had the most attractive season rather than who had the best team, Carroll said. “It just dawned on me thats how it works.
Carrolls opinion might be influenced by the fact USC dismantled Arizona State, 44-24, on Thanksgiving and the Trojans appear to be hitting their stride, albeit 11 games into the season. He might have felt different after the Stanford game.
Carroll said he did not want his comments to be construed as sour grapes because USC is not going to play in the BCS title game. But he believes the Trojans would hold their own if college football held a playoff.
“I would love to be involved with a discussion of who is the best team in the country at the end of the season, Carroll said.

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