Most college football fans are extremely dissatisfied with the BCS in its current state. (Derp.) Many of us thought that if a seemingly worthy undefeated team were to be robbed of a chance to play for the MNC, the uproar and the outrage and the umbrage would be sufficient to force some sort of change to the system.
Well, it's happened, a few times, most recently (IMO) to the Boise State Boyzies, who went on to throttle the Sooners in 2007, in spite of the unfairness of it all.
I, for one, have been rooting for a TCU/BSU matchup in the MNC since about week 3 (assuming Michigan would fall just short). It never occurred to me to actually want to see the Spartans go undefeated. Until about a week ago.
And with a USC victory over Oregon next week, a loss for Alabama at LSU next week, and a loss for Auburn either at 'Bama or in the SEC Championship game, the door is opening wide for the Spartans to run out on the field on January 10, 2011 in Glendale, AZ.
Except that the Boyz and the Texas Christians will already be occupying that field.
How sweet would it be for MSU to be the team that gets so royally screwed by the BCS, a screwing so dramatic that changes finally occur as a result?
Even better, an Iowa loss to MSU (about the only game the Spartans are at all doubtful to win) makes it more possible that Michigan finishes #2 in the conference.
So, what say you? Am I the only Michigan fan so sick and twisted as to take enormous pleasure--nay, glee--in the prospect of watching undefeated Michigan State watch the National Championship game from the comfort of their couches?