The average male's morning routine consists of pouring themselves a nice cup of coffee, opening up the local sports section, and turning on the worldwide leader in sports.
The normal college football fan's opinions are influenced heavily by the experts and analysts from Bristol.
Now that ESPN has gained the rights to broadcast the BCS-bowl games starting in 2011, can they become even more powerful? We all know that come fall, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, and Barack Obama are the most influential people in America.
Will ESPN push it's favorites into their bowl games?
Will a lesser, yet loved, team be put in over a more deserving program just because of ratings, publicity, and money?
Let's take a look at who will benefit the most from the change of studios.