Really good behind the scenes look at the BCS: There is no towering corporate office. Its notorious computers aren’t located in some guarded, all-white room in Langley, Virginia. In fact, according to executive director Bill Hancock, for all its control over big-time college football, it’s hard to even call the BCS a governing body. "Some people think we’re this evil corporation in charge of college football," he says, "but that’s just not the case." Despite its cultural impact, the BCS is tiny. It staffs just three people: Hancock and two part-time office assistants. And it’s headquartered out of the director’s suburban Kansas City home. "I don’t give out my address," he says with a laugh, "because I don’t want someone egging my house."