If Big Ten presidents could vote today on the future of college football’s postseason, they would prefer the status quo.
Nebraska Chancellor Harvey Perlman said Monday morning that is the first of three preferences the league’s CEOs agreed on at their regular spring meetings Sunday in Chicago.
The No. 2 preference: a plus-one game (picking two teams after all bowl games are played).
No. 3: Consideration of a four-team playoff inside the bowls, and keeping the Big Ten’s Rose Bowl ties.