How the BCS Failed Fans and College Football in 2012

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How the BCS Failed Fans and College Football in 2012
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The 2013 BCS matchups were announced on December 2, and in the days that have followed, the college football world can't seem to stop talking about the travesty that is the impending slate of BCS games.

While Notre Dame is clearly alone at the top and deserving of its spot in the BCS National Championship Game, the rest of the selections this season seem to only add credence to those who wholeheartedly believe the system is so far beyond repair, a wholesale change is the only thing that can fix college football.

While a playoff of sorts is on its way for the 2014 season, we're stuck with the Bowl Championship Series until then—and what a long season of discontent 2013 will be.

The 2012 college football season only served to prove the BCS should rightfully be killed off and buried. Not only did it fail fans across the nation, but it yet again did a huge disservice to college football as a whole.

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