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Coaches Re-evaluating Football Poll

Urban Meyer

The American Football Coaches Association is considering changes to the college football poll they vote on which is one-third of the BCS formula. The AFCA commissioner used a Gallup Poll to address a number of issues including whether or not the coaches' final vote would continue to be made public. Until recently the individual votes were kept quiet until the final poll of the season.

"Historically, we have never released the votes," AFCA executive director Grant Teaff told the Associated Press. "When it came up that, OK, it would be better if you did, I think there was acquiescing by the coaches. As to whether it's helped the poll or not, I don't think I can really say. Whether it's hurt it or not, I don't know. The only thing that we can base a decision on, as AFCA, is what... Recommended Stories

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