OTish?: What if everything worked like the BCS?

Submitted by M2NASA on September 6th, 2011 at 1:47 PM



September 6th, 2011 at 1:59 PM ^

Meh.  The best part was the "Craig Jams 4 Sennater" sign.  

Otherwise pretty lame.  Yea, yea, the BCS is retarded.  That said, the BCS is serving a very important role in the evolution of college football.  First of all, It's still a big step up from what we had 10 years ago with the bowl system.  It also was the first step in the inevitable series of steps that will ultimately lead to a playoff.   At least with split national championships in the former system, it usually at least awarded a nat'l title to every deserming team.  With a forced-unanimous champion, it sets the college football world irate every year the championship game is selection.  It has also made every conference unable to tolerate anything but competing for a championship.  I can't see any solution other than a playoff, and the BCS set that all into motion.


September 6th, 2011 at 8:09 PM ^

Meh. Honestly I don't think teams from small conferences really deserve a lot of credit. They play, especially how Boise has scheduled the last few years, one good competitive team and then their conference is full of teams that people, say from the B1G, pay to come take an ass whooping in the beginning of the season.