It is easy to see how a bowl matchup of the Big-10 and the Pac-12 and SEC with the Big-12 can represent a simple playoff model if the winner of those games were to go on an play another game, essentially a college super bowl. In most cases the winner in that game would be the undisputed national champion and the game would bring enormous viewership and revenue, possibly rivaling on the NFL's super bowl. With viewership of over 110 million people and ad revenue that exceeds $4 million per 30 seconds, the media rights for that single game are extremely lucrative and even a fraction of that revenue can be a windfall to the BCS. If a college bowl game can make $100 million in ad revenue would the BCS rethink the current formula. What would an undefeated ACC team, especially Miami, FSU or Virginia Tech, do to this model? Would this obstacle force conferences to go to 16 teams in order to have four true power conferences? Would you give up on the PAC-12 and go to 16 teams, possibly adding Texas and Oklahoma in order to have a playoff model and a super bowl?