BCS Championship

ROLL TIDE ALABAMA NUMBER ONE

TUSCALOOSA - OCTOBER 17:  Running back Mark Ingram #22 of the Alabama Crimson Tide ran for 246 yards and a touchdown during the game against the South Carolina Gamecocks at Bryant-Denny Stadium on October 17, 2009 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The Crimson Tide beat the Gamecocks 20-6.  (Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images)
BamacompContributor IOctober 19, 2009

All of you know I'm a DIE-HARD Bama fan and I bleed CRIMSON Blood!!

It's GREAT to look at the polls and see Bama as Number ONE, but yet....it's hard to swallow. Even though I hate the Gators as much as fire ants, in my book Florida should still be the top Gator!!   When a team is unbeaten and ranked Number 1 how in the world can a bunch of so called news reporters jump Bama over them?   If a team goes through a season 12-0, 13-0, 14-0, they deserve to be the best...I could care less if they win every game 2-0, they still win and that's what's it's about!!  This BS about scoring 40-50 points a game is insane!! It's time the system is changed..  The BCS is a total joke and now the AP is getting to be the same way! We need a way for the FANS of the sport to be able to have their say instead of computers that only knows ones and zero's.  IMHO of course!!  Every fan of college football wants to see their team number 1,  but this is not the way to do it!!  We NEED a playoff system and we need to get rid of the BCS!!

 

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