NEW ORLEANS, La (FOX44) - As the college football season comes to an end, changes are being discussed for the Bowl Championship System.
BCS officials are meeting in New Orleans for the first of at least four meetings in the next 6 months to discuss potential changes to the college football system.
According to a high ranking BCS source, there are at least 60 options for changes on the table, ranging from a four team playoff to playing one final game after all of the bowl games.
Officials are looking for a solution that protects the importance of regular season performance, while looking at new possibilities for the poll-driven sport.
Future meetings are scheduled for February in Dallas, April in Miami, and likely another meeting in June.
The BCS system will stay as is until 2014.