I have formulated an idea for college football scheduling that would absolutely make the BCS a more efficent way of determining a champion. The idea is at the start of the season, every program will play the last team they faced the year before. Therefore, the previous national championship contenders would start the next season facing one another in a rematch and so on. If the teams didn't make a bowl and the last team they played did, there are enough schools play in place from the FBS. This scheduling format would create new rivalries, create great opening week games, and most importantly determine a true champion. Every year would start off with top 25 teams losing but would honestly show who the really good teams are and who are the poll posers. I wish there was an oppertunity to pitch this idea to the NCAA or whoever is in charge of the schedule process.