AUSTIN (AP) - Texas coach Mack Brown can say one good thing
about the BCS: It sure has everyone paying attention to college
Brown today said -- you've got to give the BCS credit, for
getting more talk about college football than ever before.
Brown has long favored creating a playoff system. He's no fan of
the complicated, convoluted and confusing system that ranks his
team at No. 2 in the country - for now.
Even if the Longhorns (10-1) beat Texas A&M on Thanksgiving
night, UT might get passed in the standings by a team they beat -
Oklahoma - if the Sooners beat Oklahoma State two days later.
Texas spent almost a month at No. 1 and now could find itself
out of the national championship picture if the formula doesn't
fall just right for the Longhorns.
Lose to the Aggies (4-7) and Texas can forget about the BCS
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