As the four-team playoff is now squarely in the cross-hairs for college football, there comes much rejoicing from fans and media. Self-aggrandizing for tearing down the tyranny of the BCS. Dancing in the streets because, as we all know, a playoff fixes everything. Except it doesn't. While Ted Miller of ESPN looks at the behind-the-scenes controversy in creating the four-team event, the real issues with this playoff lay in the public arena—the same public arena that turned their back on the BCS.
On June 26, 2012, college football fans had their prayers answered when the BCS committee announced that college football would finally have a playoff. There will be four teams in this playoff system, starting at the end of the 2014... Read Post
With the advent of the College Football Playoff, the BCS and its standings have been consigned to the ash heap of history. The 13-member selection committee will make all the decisions. Polls and computer rankings (supposedly) will ... Read Post
When you mention Cincinnati, Marshall or BYU, do you say Football Final Four in the same sentence? And in this new era of the College Football Playoff system, can you find any of those schools on any watch lists of contenders? No, y... Read Post