Jan. 4: This just in: the BCS is stupid.
Year in, and year out, we always have the discussion about whether or not the Boise State's and TCU's of the College Football world are worthy of being on the same level as the big dogs.
Can they compete?
Would they produce the same win-loss record if they played through the same schedule as the Texas', the Florida's, and the Alabama's?
So, how do we find this out?
We let Boise State play Oklahoma.
We let Utah play Alabama.
They won, too.
Yes, Boise State and TCU played against each other last year in a Bowl game that meant nothing.
So, in the rematch, with both teams undefeated and it being officially imminent that one of them will obviously stay that way after the conclusion of this season, how sad it is that the BCS does their part in covering themselves to avoid the ridicule and controversy by pairing these two teams up against each other again while the whole world learns nothing about them.
So, at the end of this season, Texas or Alabama takes the crown, and another worthy and deserving team is left on the outside looking in.
These two teams can compete and would beat the "legitimate" teams.
Let them play.
Give them the accolades and recognition they deserve.
And let the countrymen rejoice!
TCU defeats Boise State in a game that means everything to both Universities, and to every fan that has a brain and a passion for this game, 36-27.