What do the other 108 teams do after 10 games? Why would all of these teams gives up 3 or 4 home games that they currently have now. Lots of lost revenue.I would still love to see a regular season schedule of 10 or 11 games (for conferences with no Divisional divide/conference championship game). Take the winner of each of the 7 major conferences (AAC, ACC, B10, B12, MAC, P12, SEC) and give them an automatic berth. Then have a committee select 9 at large teams and rank all 16 teams 1-16 and pair them off. Play first round games at the home of the higher ranked team. Play the remaining 7 games at various neutral big bowl sites. Fiesta, Sugar, Rose, Orange can rotate for the semi-finals and championship game each year like they kinda do now. Let 3 other major sites each year host the quarter finals along with the leftover BCS location(Cotton, Chik-fil-A, Gator, Outback, Alamo, etc), hell they can have bidding wars for them, so that "bowl integrity" still remains along with the spoils.
Such a system would not extend the season far (1 extra games max for a team that runs the table compared to now). Also, there would be more importance to late season games as they fight for a spot, while simultaneously one loss would not be a death notice. They do similar things for high school football, and all other NCAA divisions, and all other NCAA sports, why can't FBS get with the program?
FWIW here's how I'd have this years tournament laid out:
16 at 1: UCF (AAC Champ) at Alabama (SEC Champ)
15 at 2: Fresno State (at large) at Florida State (ACC Champ)
14 at 3: NIU (MAC Champ) at Ohio State (B10 Champ)
13 at 4: Wisconsin (at Large) at Oklahoma State (Big 12 Champion)
12 at 5: Clemson (at Large) at Auburn (at Large)
11 at 6: Michigan State (at Large) at Arizona State (P12 Champ)
10 at 7: Stanford (at Large) at Missouri (at Large)
9 at 8: Baylor (at Large) at South Carolina (at Large)
obviously there's 2 important weeks to go that could/will shake things up.