It's lunacy. It's madness. Here we are at the point of the NCAA Division I-A football season where you just knew back on Labor Day Weekend, there'd be some people who just got off with stolen money (Oklahoma fans), others who have been mugged (Texas fans), others saying how the f!#$ did we lose to those guys two months ago (USC fans like me), and even those who still think they deserve the bid for the worthless Bowl (Notre Dame fans).
There are a lot of other issues involving our game right now tonight other than the broken down, ignorant, money-controlled BCS "system. Here's a list of statements/thoughts/hopes that hopefully cover the many topics/problems/embarassments/comedic moments. Think of them as things that clearly should but sadly may never be in college football in NCAA Div. IA (I don't recogonize that FBS and FCS crap):
* Charlie Weis is fired this week, and Ty Willingham is begged to please come back, and right away to coach the bowl game.
* Players who lead statistical categories or are in the top 5 are finalists for awards.
*Alums/boosters/supporters with deep pockets and racist views have ZERO say in who gets interviewed for head coaching positions.
*African Americans find themselves with the same exact, equal amount of seriously legit interviews/opportunties as white men for big-time jobs.
* Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Mark May, and Desmond Howard leave ESPN and find work elsewhere (Lou Holtz can fetch their coffee) and challenge the soon-to-be monolopy empire the network will soon hold over our sport and how its information is distributed to the nation.
* A play-off system resembling the ones currently used in Division I-AA, Div. II and III is implemented, and college presidents finally admit they're wrong, so we don't see what happened today every happen again (plus it allows my USC Trojans to lose to Stanford or Oregon State every year and still win a National Title).