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]]>Four 16-team super-conferences and four 8-team tier-2 conferences form, with a 12-team post-season tournament.

The super-conferences have 4 divisions and a 4-team playoff to determine the conference champion and runner-up. The tier-2 conferences have 2 divisions and a championship game to determine the conference champion.

The super-conferences (perhaps SEC, Big 12, B1G, PAC initially) send BOTH their conference champion and runner-up to the tournament.

The other four conferences (perhaps ACC, Big East, CUSA, and WAC initially) send only their conference champion to the tournament.

Every 5 or 10 years, the conferences who are allowed two entrants may change based on each conference’s playoff win-percentage over that period. The 4 conferences with the best win-percentages get two entrants. There would obviously have to be a way to determine who gets it if there are tied win-percentages.

The first four games of the tournament are played at equidistant neutral sites.

The second round games are played in the BCS Bowls.

The semi-finals and championship games are rotated between the BCS bowls every year.

The conference match-ups in the tournament should be rotated each year, so you don’t always have the same conference match-ups. But keep in mind that you can’t have two teams from the same conference match up until possibly in the championship game.

Non-BCS bowls can pick and choose from the non-qualifying teams, in the same way as they currently do.

Here is an example of what the tournament would look like: http://goo.gl/4ZXDy

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