Dan Wetzel - It’s obvious he is focused on building a strong and highly profitable regional league that looks inward, not outward. He’s willing to leave the national stuff to everyone else. If Delany wanted a league that competes for national titles, if he believed that the best of the Big Ten could beat the Alabamas and LSUs and Oklahomas and USCs, he’d work to create a league, and/or a postseason system, that helps provide the opportunity to prove it. Instead Delany has called, according to CBSSports.com, for the BCS to administer a championship game between the teams it deems No. 1 and No. 2 and that’s it. No more "BCS bowls." No more "automatic qualifying conferences."