For those of you who complained about the BCS being flawed because of inscrutable computer formulas and poll voting that smacked of random monkeys, boy, are you in for a pleasant surprise.
I keed, I keed. You’ll get this and you’ll like it.
BCS executive director Bill Hancock said Tuesday it may be more than a year before the committee has all the tools with which it’ll make its decisions — a list that will presumably include some sort of computer metric similar to RPI to judge strength of schedule.
It’ll then be up to each individual committee member, he said, to determine how much weight to place on each of those criteria.
“I don’t think there will be one particular tool that is more important than the others,” Hancock said on “The Tim Brando Show.” “I think it’ll come down to common sense.”
What could be clearer than that?