College football is a near perfect sport—let's just forget about that thing called the BCS.
Let's start over.
The college football regular season is a near perfect thing. Every week you have student athletes battling it out on the gridiron for 60 minutes to be called the victor and maybe move closer to a bowl game, conference title, or even a national championship.
However, from what I have observed, college football is missing something—something that it should have without asking.
Five more annual rivalry games.