BCS Shakedown: How the Games Should've Been Scheduled

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BCS Shakedown: How the Games Should've Been Scheduled
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Every year the national champion debate is the same: BCS vs. Playoff.

This year was quite the same. Should it be ‘Bama or Oklahoma State? How do Virginia Tech and Michigan get in without winning a conference? Why are there rankings in the first place?

To say the least, I am (was) interested in three games this BCS season and those were the Fiesta Bowl, Rose Bowl and the Championship game.

Granted, the Sugar Bowl was good but I wasn’t interested and the Orange Bowl? I had more interest in a chess game (which after all is said and done I still agree).

Furthermore, why must I wait almost a week before meaningful bowl games? Why is the National Championship game seemingly pushed back later and later?

Lets check out who was supposed to be in these games and when.

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