The college football bowl season has often been the subject of mockery and ridicule since expanding to 35 games that now stretch out over three weeks.
While more football is never a bad thing for the hardcore gridiron fan, the meaning of bowl season becomes diminished when you have so many games that mean very little to everyone outside of one or two fanbases.
What makes college football special is the excitement each Saturday during the regular season, where a number of channels feature games and controlling the remote becomes a test of endurance after 12-plus hours of football.
Without all these games to get excited about, does anybody really look forward to parking it on the couch and watching Ball State and UCF duke it out in the Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl?
Here's a thought: What if we condensed all of bowl season into one glorious week of non-stop football?
Take a look at five reasons as to why this could revolutionize the college football postseason.