Hansen: BCS doesn't need the 'C'
Posted on December 3, 2012 at 12:18 AM
Updated Monday, Dec 3 at 12:37 AM
I’ve been a fan - well maybe not a fan - but a supporter of the college football bowl system -- BUT NOT ANYMORE … I am officially done … this is 1 incredibly stupid system the bcs has in place … now I’m not the 1st to say it … but the bcs should drop the c … because it is you know
Northern Illinois will play in the orange bowl … are you #$@@##!@##@! Kidding me ? northern Illinois gets a trip to miami and there’s no room for Oklahoma and no room for George either … what kind of a system is that ?
I’m not defending Oklahoma although I could -- but I will defend Georgia - let me see if I have this straight … they play in the sec championship game … lose by 4 because they manage the clock at the end of the game like jason garrett and the cowboys do --- so florida gets the sugar bowl bid in New Orleans -- and Georgia goes to Orlando to play Nebraska
well I guess they get some reward anyway --- but florida gets the big game and the big money and they weren’t good enough to play in the sec championship game … but they jump Georgia because they lose by 4 to the team I think wins the national title - really ?? that’s your system
And northern Illinois plays in the orange bowl …. I still can’t understand that - any team that has a direction in the name is a bad team - and southern cal is only the exception that proves the rule - their coach doesn’t even like northern Illinois - he leaves for nc state
maybe it was their 1 point win over army … their 7 point win over Kansas … their win over ut martin - I have no idea who or where that is … they did beat ball state and buffalo … beat Toledo too … and a double overtime win over kent state … and kent state’s only famous to those of us old enough to remember why
It is absolutely stupid - and I apologize for my previous support - I’m done now …. Bring on the playoff system we all know we should have done years ago
Sorry Tim Cowlishaw …. You’re on your own now
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