Oregon finished fourth in this season's BCS standings.
The system isn't rigged for the SEC, the conference simply has more ping-pong balls in the lottery hopper.
The league parlays unquestioned talent, passion and creative scheduling to keep enough schools in the top 10 to almost always win the endgame discussions.
The SEC finished with six teams in the BCS top 10.
How can you even argue Oregon over Alabama?
The SEC has sneaked and lucked into plenty of BCS title games and justified every one by winning.
A four-team playoff is coming in 2014, although this season it would have a tough time resolving the omission of Kansas State and the choice between Oregon and Pac-12 champion Stanford, which beat Oregon.
The question we ask is why the SEC would ever want to break up the BCS.