Rose Bowl Rules Change
July 27, 2009 by Allison Boyer
For the first time ever, teams outside of the Pac-10 and Big Ten have a good chance of playing in the Rose Bowl, the granddaddy of all of the BCS bowls, according to reports. Well, maybe “good” is a strong word, but considering that both conferences have championship contenders most years, it is at least a possibility.
Under the new rule, which will be in effect from 2010 to 2013, if the Pac-10 or Big Ten has their conference champion playing in the National Championship game, the Rose Bowl must take a non-BCS team, if one qualifies. Otherwise, the game will still be Pac-10 versus Big Ten.
As it should be.
What? I’m a purist when it comes to the Rose Bowl.
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it should be pac-10 vs big 10 or texas, seeing how texas played in two of the best rose bowl games ever! (and we are about to win a national championship there this year!)
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