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College football's most storied program, playing on its grandest stage.
Before they leave the beach, the guys who run the Bowl Championship Series want to narrow the postseason options to a few detailed plans.
When Bowl Championship Series officials leave the beachside hotel where they've gathered to hammer out the future of college football's postseason, they want to have the choices narrowed down to two or three.
The chief administrative officer of the Rose Bowl says if Penn State wins the Big Ten title, the Nittany Lions will be free to play in the top-tier postseason game as far as he's concerned.