TCU, Boise State and Cincinnati, Here Is Your BCS Bowl Protest Plan
Cincinnati, TCU and Boise State Go "Green" and Protest at the 2009/2010 Bowl Games!
Cincinnati, TCU and Boise State it's time to stand up and be heard. FanRevolt.net is planning to invade your cities soon and unveil their plan to dump the BCS by protesting with our highly visible "Green Out Gear" and making a collective statement that "We have had enough of the BCS BS and it's time for a playoff, now!"
Why start with Cincinnati, Boise State and TCU? We believe you want to leave a legacy and we believe you can do that by starting this nationwide protest which will move into high gear in 2010. You are marginalized by the NCAA to the extent that they have you (TCU playing Boise State) at the "children's table" Fiesta Bowl BCS game. You are better than that!
You are good enough to play with the big boys but you will never have the chance unless YOU SPEAK UP NOW! Do not sit there and think you can't make a difference.
Buy the "Green Out Gear" now and wear it to the game and make that statement to the fans, media, players, coaches, College President's and Conference Commissioners that it's time to Dump the BCS for a College football Playoff NOW!
The color will stick out and the cause will take on a life of its own as we move forward!
What makes this different to all the plans and threats on the blogs?
It's spelled....... PROTEST ..... and be visible!
We have found that there is a lot of talk about dumping the BSC, even great plans, but no way for the fans to voice their displeasure and force change......Until now!
FanRevolt.net Gear will worn during the 2009 bowl season as a protest about the current BCS system! The "Green Outs" will occur during bowl game dates in 2009/2010 and selected dates in the 2010 and 2011 regular season and bowl season leading up the full on BCS protest in the near future! Simply put on the "Green" and spread the word starting right now through your local media. blogs, Twitter and Facebook!
The bright green is sure to draw the attention we need to move this cause nationwide!
Knowledge is crucial but action is the key! We intend to be very visible and loud. We will be loud through our constant banter on sports talk radio, Twitter and blogging as we move the cause virally through the Internet and radio. We will be noticed by wearing highly visible Green Out Tee Shirts which will serve to set the tone for our main contention that we will no longer tolerate how the NCAA leaders are disregarding our desires for a 16 team playoff!
We are not asking you to march on Washington like the other protest movements (Washington can’t get anything figured out anyway). What we are asking you to do is wear our highly visible Safety Green…. Green Out Tee Shirts to all bowl games and then bust them out again next year for selected Green Out Dates during the 2010 campaign.
But we need you to start now so we can get the momentum rolling towards next year and our ultimate Revolt very soon, saying, “Wake up, we want change now!”
As the movement picks up steam and grows, our safety green bright statement will become increasingly more visible and noticeable to fans and media.
Also the NCAA leaders will notice us as we move into the 2010 season where the movement will take off in full force!
You can help us gain the momentum we need to change things big time in 2010 and beyond by wearing the Gear and letting your displeasure be known on blogs, sports talk radio and all the social networks. Before you know it, TV will be panning the crowds asking about the safety green shirts. Soon, sports talk radio and the media will jump on the bandwagon by asking questions and dealing with our desire for a 16 team college football playoff.
The cause will take on a life of its own and change will happen!
Our goal is to get a 16 team college GridIron Gauntlet football playoff as soon as we can! We can do it because we pay the bills. Help change college football forever by getting involved today! YOU are the one to make the difference. Do it now!
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