SEC commissioner Mike Slive was asked about the BCS possibly lifting their two-teams per conference rule to allow more teams to play in the five most lucrative bowl games in a year. Slive said...

"I do know this: That Bill Hancock (BCS executive director) has put together a list of issues that he believes the commissioners and the BCS bowl oversight committee ought to be looking at as the BCS develops a position on upcoming negotiations. I think that's one of them,"

"I think there are going to be several issues that are important enough to have serious discussion about, and that would be one of them."
Hancock responded with...

"The commissioners are committed to making the BCS the best it can be,"... "It's very good now. Just what 'making it the best' might entail will be evaluated in a thoughtful and deliberate process over the next six or eight months."

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