Originally posted by Darkhawk24
What do you mean it wouldn't take away from the games? Right now one loss could knock you out of the national title race. So the importance of winning is a lot higher then it would be if 8 teams made it to a play off race. I like the way College football is personally.
Your reasoning is exactly why teams like Kansas State, Nebraska, OU, VT, Florida State, Miami, Ohio State, and other notable teams schedule the Mcneese states, and Tulsas, and citadels of the country. Non con schedules have become a joke. It's bad for football. Look at the top 8 in the BCS right now. Wouldn't you love to see them play for a chance at the title. How can you deny that it would be good for football. If you haven't noticed, teams going after it now barring OU have a loss. Do you want to tell the kids at either USC or LSU that they don't get a chance to play in the title game because the computer said so. Do you want to tell them that "hey, sure we have the same record as the other team but some computer in NY ranked us 5th behind teams with 2 losses". Let the kids play for it on the field. Just look back a couple years ago. No one in their right mind thought Nebraska should have been there. To get to the title game with a .05 pt lead in the #2 slot is an embarresment to college football. Heck you're a Michigan fan. Wouldn't you rather the Rose bowl that they're going to play in be worth something other than a reason for a parade? If the system is so great why is it the only major sport in the United States that annoites a champion. Every major and minor sport in college and pro has some sort of setup where the athletes prove themselves the champion at whatever sport they play. But no, College football in all its glory decides that sportswriters, coaches, and a hand full of computers annoite the champion of the most recognized sport in the country.