1. Get rid of preseason rankings Preseason rankings do more harm than good. Teams like Oklahoma and Louisville never should have been ranked so high. Teams should not get extra points because they beat a team that didn't deserve to be ranked. Teams also can stay at the top when they are undeserving (not saying the USC is undeserving), but pollsters generally like to think that if the team at the top is unbeaten then they should remain unbeaten. Do you imagine if the NFL was set up the way that the NCAA is and that the playoffs was determined by Power Rankings? ESPN, SI, Fox Sports, and everyone else can have their own power rankings, but official polls shouldn't come out until 4 or 5 weeks into the season to give time for the bad teams to fall and the good teams to rise. 2. Add the Plus One Game I don't know why the BCS is so against a plus one game, they could make so much money by having it. Have two of the BCS games host 1 v. 4 and 2 v. 3, and then the next week the two winners play in the BCS Championship. That would end all of the split decisions and controversy. 3. BCS games should be the top teams The BCS games are supposed to be the best of the best. A team like Rutgers is far from the best of the best and should not be in a BCS game over a strong team like Miami or Georgia. Rutgers or Pittsburgh last year was a mockery of the BCS system. I'm sure there are a lot more, but I can't think of any at the time. Feel free to add your own changes.