SEC Commissioner Mike Slive addressed reporters to open media days, and among severl topics he addressed was the failure to institute a "Plus One" title game for football.
Slive said he was happy to be "out of the penalty box" as coordinator of the BCS, but said he was disappointed to have failed to garner enough support for the "Plus One" system.
“The 'Plus-one' concept is now in the public domain and will serve as the basic for comparison for you and the fans each December when the games are announced,” Slive said.
No kidding. What would December be without debate over the BCS?
In any case, Slive hasn't given up hope, saying the idea wasn't dead, but it might take a while before we see any major changes.
“The review and analysis of the plus-one is a marathon," he said, "not a sprint.”UP NEXT: Urban Meyer