Roy Kramer, the founding father of the Bowl Championship Series, watched with enjoyment as college football's upsets Saturday night shook up the national championship race. He knows the criticisms of the BCS. He knows the four-team playoff is coming in 2014. And he knows millions of Americans watched Oregon-Stanford and Kansas State-Baylor games that they wouldn't normally care about without the creation of the BCS in 1998. "All the people who thought it was bad for college football enjoyed last night, didn't they?" said Kramer, a former SEC commissioner. "We thought we could add a little excitement and interest to the college game and I think last night demonstrated it.