In the words of The One Man Wolfpack, the BCS is “a ra-tard”.
The final BCS Standings were announced and the BCS bowl games set. To noones surprise, Alabama and Texas will meet for the BCS title. Cincinnati jumped TCU in the final standings, meaning if Nebraska had’ve actually tried to get the ball in the endzone, not kicked the ball out of bounds, not have been penalized by one of them new sissy rules (horsecollar), or had Colt McCoy put just one more second of hangtime on his final pass, the Bearcats would be playing for a “National Championship”. Instead, Cincy will head to the Sugar Bowl to face the Florida Gators.
In the Fiesta Bowl, TCU and Boise State (both unbeaten but apparently not deserving/worthy of a title shot) will face off. Why pit these two schools against each other? Give these schools the opportunity to show they belong in the trenches with the Florida’s and Texas’ of the world. Of course, this would only make the BCS look like more of a ‘ra-tard’ should TCU or Boise beat one of their BCS Conference schools (as Boise has already done multiple times).
“We do feel like it’s working and college football is thriving,” BCS executive director Bill Hancock said. “We recognize there are elements in each constituency that don’t like it, but the fact is, it has a consensus. The critics, the playoff proponents, do not have a consensus.”
Whatever idiot, it’s all pointless so here’s what we could be looking forward to if not for the BCS dummies: