Ahead of a meeting next week in Florida, BCS executive director Bill Hancock is cautioning anyone from getting too fired up about changes they anticipate in the system that decides college football's national champion.
Hancock told The Associated Press on Thursday night that "there's no leader in the clubhouse" among proposed changes to the Bowl Championship Series that range from minor adjustments to the current system to a four-team playoff plus eight other BCS games that may have no direct impact on the championship.
Practically everything is on the table, from the format to who can automatically qualify to play in the BCS.
Hancock says key questions at this point in the process are whether a significant change is needed and whether that can be done
while protecting the integrity of the regular season.