It's a 50-50 split according to industry insiders.
The conservative Pac-12 and Big Ten have expertly played political games to make sure the future of college football isn't too far off from what they want it to be.
The conference commissioners deciding on the BCS's successor are planning to pass the buck to university presidents when the complaining comes.
The Big Ten is opposed to changing college football's postseason, but for once, you can't blame Jim Delany for it.
Kentucky will be a 1-seed, Kevin Sumlin is revitalizing Texas A&M football in a number of areas, and Mo Isom might do more for LSU than the occasional novelty extra point.