Re: College football turned on its head
Interesting that if the BCS were still in place, we would have gotten Oregon and OSU in the Rose Bowl while it probably would have been FSU (zero losses is big in BCS) and Bama in the BCS Championship Game.
Funny how D-III, D-II, and D-IAA, excuse me, "FCS", can have those athletes participate in a playoff but it took an act of the Almighty to get a four-team playoff.
Eight teams would be awesome. The champs of the "Power Five" conferences, then the champ of one of the other conferences if ranked in say, top twenty or something, then two teams at-large.
Say TCU, Baylor, Michigan State, and a school like Marshall added into the mix this year.
But the $$$ people won't have it.
Just don't tell me it's too many games. If the lads at Mount Union and Wisconsin-Whitewater can play 15 games a year and meet up the Stagg Bowl for the D-III championship, then the guys who will play 16 games in the NFL next year can play one more playoff round.
A closed mind keeps the truth out