"Oh man, the BCS sucks. I wish there were a playoff in college football."
Well, there is.
The FCS football season culminates in a 20-team playoff to determine its champion. Ten of the bids in the playoff go to conference champions, and the other 10 bids go to at-large teams.
Twelve of the 20 teams receive byes into the second round, and eight of those teams will battle it out this Saturday for a chance to compete for the national championship.
Here's a look at the first-round matchups on Saturday as well as the schedule through the second round.
First Round (Nov. 26)
Albany at Stony Brook
Central Arkansas at Tennessee Tech
Norfolk State at Old Dominion
James Madison at Eastern Kentucky
Second Round (Dec. 3)
No. 1 Sam Houston State vs. Albany/Stony Brook winner
New Hampshire at Montana State
Wofford at No. 5 Northern Iowa
No. 4 Montana vs. Central Arkansas/Tennessee Tech winner
No. 3 Georgia Southern vs. Norfolk State/Old Dominion winner
Maine at Appalachian State
Lehigh at Towson
No. 2 North Dakota State vs. James Madison/Eastern Kentucky winner