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Grant Teaff, executive director of the American Football Coaches Association, told the Bowl Championship Series that his voting coaches would probably make their final votes public as a condition of remaining in the BCS system.

Last year, the coaches' anonymity and integrity came under fire during a BCS standings point battle between California and Texas for the final automatic BCS bowl berth, worth roughly $16 million to participating teams.

Teaff said durings meetings involving BCS officials that revealing votes was the last thing most coaches want to do but that they would do so to restore credibility to the system.