College football fans looking forward to the fall said they are also looking forward to possible changes to the Bowl Championship Series system in the future.
"A four-team playoff they're considering as part of the bowl system, and the opportunity for four teams to get together and decide who's going to the championship," said Bill Wendling, an Ohio State football fan.
As part of the proposal, cities could bid to host a playoff game or the final game. Cities with experience hosting the Super Bowl would likely be in the running.
Indianapolis played host to Super Bowl XLVI and the inaugural Big Ten Football Championship.
"With an event like this for the BCS, we could be seriously considered as a host city because of having those major football events under our belt," said Chris Gahl with the Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Association.
Gahl said at this point it's all speculative but if the BCS decides to go the playoff direction and seek host cities, the ICVA along with the Indiana Sports Corporation would look at things like hotel space, event space and economic impact to include in a possible bid.
Notre Dame fan Robin Rene said she would welcome the event.
"I think it would be wonderful,” said Rene. “It would be great. The city did such a super job for the Super Bowl, they definitely could handle it and I really think this town could really get into it.”
Indy could make bid to host college football game under new BCS proposal