Now that the regular season is in the books, objective experts and fans everywhere know that the two best teams in college football are Alabama and TCU.
Unfortunately, there is almost no chance that the voters in the human side of the BCS will put the Frogs in Pasadena.
Instead, we will have a Texas team that has struggled in its two matchups with Top 20 defenses and whose own defense was exposed by Texas A&M.
So, Harris voters, do what you know is the best for college football. Vote for TCU.
And you graduate assistants and SIDs that put together the ballots for coaches, do what you know is the truth. Vote for TCU.
Of course, the exclusion of TCU for the BCS title game is another black mark on the entire BCS system.
In survey after survey, 85 percent or so of college football fans favor a playoff of some nature to determine the participants in the BCS title game.
Instead, the greed of a few maintains a corrupt and fraudulent system that denies college football of a legitimate national title system.
So, voters, go ahead and do the right thing.