In February, college presidents agreed to the addition of a fifth BCS Bowl to the national championship rotation. The BCS has countered with another idea, which they tentatively approved on Wednesday. The new format would have each of the four current BCS Bowls—-the Fiesta, Sugar, Rose and Orange—hold an extra game every four years. Under the change, one designated bowl each year would hold their regular game and then a championship game a week later. The “double hosting” would rotate each year, like the title game. The plan would also allow an automatic BCS bid to non-BCS schools that finish 12th or better in the final BCS standings.