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BCSFanPoll.comCollege bowl season is almost upon again. Fans ought to be loading up on beer, couches, and pigskin chips.


Catching up on ranks, stats, players, and teams isn’t a bad idea either. Afterall, the college football ranking system is pretty complex. The BCS, or Bowl Championship Series, determines who is the actual National Champion in college football. For those who aren’t familiar, there are four of games– the Sugar Bowl, the Rose Bowl, the Orange Bowl, and the Fiesta Bowl. The games are high profile and earn teams lots of money and advertising. So, if you want to get in on the fun, you ought to check out BCS Fan Poll, a site dedicated to the BCS bowls. It’s an unofficial site, but it has lots of features, links and forums to chat, educate yourself, and catch up on the latest BCS news. The main premise is getting users to vote for who they think will be the champion. Simply register to get in on the action. In Their Own Words

“Why can’t the millions of college football fans be a part of the BCS calculation? There are only 60 coaches and 114 Harris Pollstesr and 6 computers that decide everything? So I developed the site over the long, sometimes boring, off-season. This is the result. I’m not a web designer or software coder so there is no guarrantee and I know the minimalistic look and non-flashy view of the site leaves a lot to be desired (wanna help?), but the core content is there: Everyone can vote, if they take it serious and vote regularly.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

BCS Fan Poll is great for fans of college football. It provides a place for fans to vote and chat about what they love. It’s a good concept for a niche market.

Some Questions About

Will fans want to use this site? What’s the business model? Will it succeed?

Author : Bruce Turner

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