Go on any sports site, blog, forum or stand at a water cooler and you're likely to hear a ton of joyous and exuberant people discussing the NCAA FINALLY has a playoff system in place.
As announced in a live press conference televised on ESPN yesterday evening, come 2014, we will see the current BCS model trashed. Instead, we will have a four-team playoff in which teams are selected by a yet-to-be determined committee.
It has been talked about for years, ever since the original BCS came out really. Polls would show over 90 percent of people wanted a playoff. Even the President of the United States said we should have major modifications made to the BCS.
So everyone wins right. Right?
Oh sure, we have all of these conference commissioners sounding all cheery, but I can tell you, the model they have agreed to has its fair share of issues.
Here are five of the biggest problems with the new playoff system.