2014 BCS championship in Miami, Florida will be the last year with the current BCS formula in play. Teams will have to be chosen in a final four with semi finals during bowl season, and national championship shortly after. Few questions to ponder. Should divisions in conferences be made so your best teams play each other least amount of times? Big Ten now has MSU-OSU-Michigan as core block proves that the Big Ten is looking for the prize. If keeping the Legends and Leaders divisions OSU and Michigan would have to play each other two times a year. Suppose the old divisions were kept and suppose if both teams were selected for the final four, then Michigan and OSU would play three times in one year. That I believe is at the heart of that switch. Michigan and Ohio State are out recruiting their rivals and making divisions so that the Big Ten doesn't miss out one of four playoff spots.