Top 5 Reasons: NCAA to the DOJ as to Why There Is No Playoff in College Football

Bill CiracoContributor IIMay 4, 2011

Top 5 Reasons: NCAA to the DOJ as to Why There Is No Playoff in College Football

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    BCS Busters Boise State and TCU
    BCS Busters Boise State and TCUChristian Petersen/Getty Images

    Today (May 4th, 2011) the Department of Justice (not to be confused with "Hall of Justice" from the Super-friends) sent a terse letter to the NCAA citing that "serious questions continue to arise" over the Bowl Championship Series, the method for choosing the champion and compliance with U.S. Antitrust laws.  First Obama goes after Osama and now he is going after the BCS's mama.

    Here are the Top 5 reasons the NCAA should give for this line of questioning:

Reason No. 1

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    Green is for the money and gold is for the honeys
    Green is for the money and gold is for the honeysRonald Martinez/Getty Images

    Money!

Reason No. 2

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    Bowl of sh.... be quiet
    Bowl of sh.... be quietTom Pennington/Getty Images

    Money!

Reason No. 3

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    The gang of six trophy
    The gang of six trophyChristian Petersen/Getty Images

    Money!

Reason No. 4

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    Fictional Champs
    Fictional ChampsChristian Petersen/Getty Images

    Money!

Reason No. 5

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    Say bye bye to the BCS.
    Say bye bye to the BCS.Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

    Money!

    There really isn't much more to say.  This DOJ inquiry is the tipping point.  The days of the BCS are numbered.