Adam Carriker is a professional football player, a family man and apparently, a problem solver.
Having noticed the college football system is flawed at a young age, Carriker has spent the better part of 15 years developing a revolutionary concept that would help eliminate the all too frequent controversy that comes with crowning an undisputed national champion.
The Washington Redskins defensive end believes to rectify the situation, you must fix a diluted BCS base, trimming down the number of elite football schools to 64. Those schools would be comprised of teams from the six current BCS conferences.
From there, a committee of ten of the most respected minds in college football would be appointed to oversee the bowl pairings, playoff teams and serve as arbiters of unforeseen obstacles and complications. A 70-percent majority is needed for all decisions made by the committee.
The 64 schools would be divided equally into four conferences with two divisions in each:
East: Arizona, Arizona State, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Baylor, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State.
West: Washington, Washington St., Oregon, Oregon St. Stanford, Cal, UCLA, USC
East: Illinois, Northwestern, Purdue, Indiana, Notre Dame, Michigan St. Ohio St. Michigan
West: Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas State, Iowa, Iowa St., Minnesota, Wisconsin
East: Georgia, Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Clemson, Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisville, Cincinnati
West: Missouri, Arkansas, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Alabama, Auburn, Vanderbilt
Atlantic: Maryland, Syracuse, Boston College, UConn, Rutgers, Florida, Florida State, Miami
Coastal: Penn State, West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Virginia, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Duke, NC State