Is the BCS really that bad for college football? Even though everyone thinks its really bad there is a lot of good that has come out of the BCS that if a playoff was to happen, everyone will miss. I mean is there any other regular season half as interesting as collage footballs. It's like a 12 week tournament, where its one loses, and you have almost no shot at winning a championship. Be honest do you really pay that much national to collage basketballs regular season, or just the tournament's know that I only pay attion to the tourney cause teams make it in on 8 losses, and the difference between a one or two or three seed doesn't make or break a season. Just look at Kansas, they lost to a team that isn't even in division one basketball and there still considered a top five team. Now when Michigan lost to App State, it ended there national title hopes right then and there. If there was a playoff it wouldn't be that big of a deal and people would have forgot about it already, and Michigan may have even made the tournament.
Plus the collages make a lot of money off bowl games, which they use to keep other there other sports like swimming, golf, tennis, soccer ect going. If they lost that money they will have to cut a lot of programs which would make the students and faculty mad. I mean a lot of students love playing there sport and to cut it, wouldnt help anyone.
If you look at the big picture, the BCS isn't that bad, and will be missed if a tournament ever was to happen. So what do you think?