Why is BCS popular right now?

NONSENSE (as of January 8 at 05:25 UTC)
Category: Entertainment | Trend originated by @Yowza89 | Most recent: January 4 at 05:15 UTC | First appearance: December 7 at 02:55 UTC | Last defined: January 8 at 05:25 UTC | Permalink
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Jun
6
The BCS alerted us today that their presidents have voted to vacate USC's 2005 BCS Championship Game victory.
Defined by @nwjerseyliz via web June 6 at 21:31 UTC
Oct
18
+1 year
Bowl Championship Series.
Defined by @RealMikeT via UberTwitter October 18 at 07:05 UTC
Sep
7
+1 year
Bowl Championship Series... People are talking about boise state possibly making it to this bowl game... But it will never happen!!!
Defined by @Kami_Tweets via UberTwitter September 7 at 14:49 UTC
Jan
8
+1 year
Bowl Championship Series...won by Alabama
Defined by @Yowza89 via UberTwitter January 8 at 05:25 UTC
Jan
8
+1 year
NONSENSE
Defined by @XaviersMommy339 via UberTwitter January 8 at 05:25 UTC
Jan
8
+1 year
Some sort of championship college game.
Defined by @SonoViva via UberTwitter January 8 at 05:21 UTC
Jan
8
+1 year
Rubbish!
Defined by @lamamadelmuerto via UberTwitter January 8 at 05:01 UTC
Jan
8
+1 year
Rubbish!
Defined by @mjh81 via Twitter for iPhone January 8 at 04:43 UTC
Jan
7
+1 year
BCS National Championship Game -- Texas vs. Alabama January 7, 2010 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC
Defined by @sceusebio via web January 7 at 20:17 UTC
Dec
7
+12 months
People in the U.S. are tweeting about the College Football Bowl Championship Series (BCS) which will decide the national championship game participants on Sunday.
Defined by Anonymous via web December 7 at 01:38 UTC
Dec
6
+12 months
People are tweeting about the Bowl Championship Series which will decide the national championship game participants on Sunday.
Defined by @corcarpemei via Twitter for iPhone December 6 at 05:15 UTC
Oct
26
+11 months
People are tweeting about the recently released week 2 BCS standings that rank college football teams.
Defined by Anonymous via web October 26 at 01:15 UTC

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