- 08/07/2011, 03:47PM ET
R89R said 08/08, 12:01 AM
I should've put this in the comment below, but we'll pick first, argue second and third.
While there are so, so many to choose from, I'll go with the 2010 Fiesta Bowl, where the BCS matched up TCU and Boise St.
DO_WORK_SON said 08/08, 12:20 AM
I agree. Just like the American judicial system.
I mean we all know that OJ Simpson and Casey Anthony were innocent.
Lettuce be cereal. I was a huge BCS proponent for a long time. I loved the excitement of the whole "every game matters in the regular season." I loved the different bowl matchups. However, fair and just is not how I would describe the BCS. Entertaining? Yes. The problem is that there is a much better/fair way to decide a champion...
I'm sick of hearing the NCAA talk about how a playoff would be damaging academically to the student athlete. Give me a break. They don't seem too concerned about the academics of the college basketball stars during March Madness, which takes place during most of the spring semester mid-terms.
The BCS makes TONS of money for the NCAA. If we're being honest, we all know that's all the NCAA really cares about. The NCAA today is like the AAU of the 1970s. The NCAA puts ridiculous limitations on their athletes and do what is convenient and profitable to the NCAA.
Fair and just? I think not.
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