10 Reasons Why College Football's Postseason Still Beats March Madness

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10 Reasons Why College Football's Postseason Still Beats March Madness
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March Madness is in full swing and people are scrambling trying to gain last minute inside information to fill out those brackets. This is the time of year that you really enjoy being a sports fan, and it is tough to argue that there is any postseason format better than the one college basketball provides.

However, if there is one that can compete with the NCAA tournament, it would be the college football postseason. Yes, the BCS format is better than March Madness. You know, the one that everybody complains about and will soon be replaced with an actual playoff system. Yeah, that one.

Don't get me wrong, I have filled out around 20 brackets already and will stay up late doing another 10, but there is nothing that beats college football's system.

Let the games tip off and the brackets being tossed in the garbage begin. Once it is all over with, you will realize that the basketball tournament is still a tad bit overrated.

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