BCS Admits Their Faults and Withdraws From NCAA Involvement (Humor)

David LynnCorrespondent IJanuary 6, 2010

ARLINGTON, TX - DECEMBER 5: Quarterback Colt McCoy #12 of the Texas Longhorns celebates after his teams 10-6 victory over the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the game at Cowboys Stadium on December 5, 2009 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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On the eve of the BCS National Championshop Game a shocking move has been made by the organization that took college football ransom over the last decade plus. 

A nameless source, who identified himself as the president of the BCS, was quoted as saying, "I am sincerely sorry for the pain and agony we have caused college football.  In looking at our involvement we realized that we were responsible for the demise of a quality college football season.

"We also realize we are responsible for the lack of marquee matchups during the regular season since it was more important to us that teams be undefeated than that they play quality schedules.

"While the little schools have benefited from the revenues associated with their pointless out of conference games against major programs, we realized this was in complete conflict with our mission of making the rich schools richer and the poor schools poorer.

"Our involvement has led college football to have the most meaningless postseason in all of sports, even my twelve year old son's little league football league has an eight-team playoff as opposed to us only allowing two teams to have a shot at a championship.

"In an attempt to help college football create a system of competition to determine their national champion we will be dismantling our operations immediately.  As for the game tomorrow, at least both teams got a free trip to Southern California."

Responses to this unexpected announcement have been varied and numerous.

A coach who asked to remain nameless removed his Longhorns jacket and demanded that his team be given more respect than this.

Another coach wearing a gator head to conceal his identity announced that he will be retiring, for sure this time, if he can't benefit from a biased system. 

Tim Tebow had tears in his eyes until he was informed that he was a senior and would not be back next year anyway.

Fans across the country have been found celebrating in the streets as their Christmas wishes have all come true. 

It remains to be seen how the NCAA will respond though it is likely, in the current economic situation, that they will appeal to the government for a bailout which they will use to pay all of their executives and let some new company come in and take control of their biggest money maker.

Here's to hoping that they will consider the best interests of the fans and find a way to create competition in the college football postseason.