March Madnees Sets Example for BCS!!

Chris RodriguezContributor IMarch 26, 2010

SYRACUSE, NY - MARCH 25:  DeMarcus Cousins #15 of the Kentucky Wildcats attempts a shot against Jeff Foote #1 of the Cornell Big Red during the east regional semifinal of the 2010 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Carrier Dome on March 25, 2010 in Syracuse, New York. Kentucky won 62-45.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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   There is no better time in all of college sports than March Madness.A one game elimination tournament that proves every team deserves a shot at the title. The NCAA tournament provides not only great playoff basketball, but also provides great upsets.There has been alot of parity in the NCAA tournament.None however like this year's tournament.

    Through the first weekend of "Madness", we have seen top ranked teams such as Villanova(2), Georgetown(3) Wisconsin (4) and top seeded Kansas all sent home.People are looking at thier tournament brackets and instead of seeing the top teams they picked they're seeing teams like Cornell(12), St. Mary's(10) and UNI (9) in the sweet 16.

    This kind of competitiveness and parity is what makes March madness the best event in college sports. It makes you wonder. What if the BCS finally established a playoff system in College football? How many great match-ups and upsets would we get to witness? 

    Can you imagine the road to the championship if a playoffs was in place. What if winning a championship meant going through teams like Florida, Alabama, Texas and USC week after week? What if the 2007 Fiesta Bowl between Boise St. and Oklahoma was a playoff game?

   The BCS needs to develop a playoff structure. That is the only way college football will ever have a true champion. Football is played on the field. It's not played through a computer system.  College football is the only sport that doesn't have a playoff structure. The College World Series is always an exciting time of year.Fans and Players all love the win or go home atmosphere.It's what makes great moments great.

   There have been some great national championship games in football, However there will never be a true champion until a playoff system is in place.