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Not so in major college football, which instead has what is known as the Bowl Championship Series, or BCS.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- Harris Interactive(R) announces that it has finalized the recruitment changes to the panel for the 2006 Harris Interactive College Football Poll(SM), commissioned by the Bowl Championship Series (BCS).
FOOTBALL: The Bowl Championship Series agreed to a four-year contract extension with Harris Interactive, the company that coordinated the polls used last year to replace The Associated Press' Top 25 in the BCS standings.
Bowl and University Officials Will Protect Marks by Dispatching Marketplace Enforcement Teams ATLANTA -- On average, nearly 5000 pieces of counterfeit collegiate merchandise, ranging from t-shirts to hats, are seized outside the host stadium of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) title game each year.
This mix of happenstance and Bowl Championship Series finagling has forced the Tournament of Roses Association to take what is typically a one-day event and spread it out over three weekdays - Jan.
Our goal is to expand the reach of the Bowl Championship Series through as many platforms as possible, and digital rights have become a more important part of the media mix every year," said Gary Ehrlich, Executive Vice President of FOX Sports Enterprises.
Texas football's most famous, and perhaps most fervent, supporter will not be allowed on the field as part of a Bowl Championship Series decision to enforce an NCAA rule prohibiting non-essential personnel from taking up sideline space during any of its four games.
News Corporation will also deliver live feeds from Fox Sports' wide array of sports programming including Major League Baseball's League Championship and World Series, the National Football League, NASCAR's Daytona 500 and College Football's Bowl Championship series.