The Beginning Of The End

Luis OrtizContributor IAugust 21, 2009

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL - JANUARY 07:  Head coach Urban Meyer of the Florida Gators poses with the 'The Coaches' Trophy' during the FedEx BCS Head Coaches Press Conference at Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa on January 7, 2009 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)

Every year NCAA Football starts and all across the Nation everyone is getting anxious and excited from Alumni to the die hard tailgater. The harsh reality is that even though it is the beginning of the College Football season it is the end for a majority of the programs.

Many teams that have a good line-up, decent schedule are over looked because they are non B.C.S programs and have no chance of contending for the National Championship, take for instance the Utah Utes last season going 13-0 and not even getting a chance of playing for the National Title.

The Gators going 13-1 (7-1) was a shoe-in and The Oklahoma Sooners going 12-2 (7-1) face them for the Title when in reality the Utes should have met the Gators in the Fed-ex bowl but since they are not considered B.C.S program.

Thats why a playoff system would work so much better then this joke of a system that lets a computer make up who is ranked and that should play for the Championship, but what i think should happen is every Conference have their own Conference Championship game and every winner of their respected Conference get's in to the National title Playoff and that shows the "ELITE OF ELITE'S"

I know that all you Gator, Sooner and Trojan's fans have no problem with the way things are now and some of you might think that a playoff is not good for College but the truth is that it's way better and it give's those young men something to work hard for!

Until you rich arrogate tightwad's of booster's and Alumni get over the whole fact that your favorite school is not the only good school in the nation