Obama & the BCS
A playoff is not the change we need.
Jan 26, 2009, Vol. 14, No. 18 • By JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
In truth, the president-elect probably didn't see too much college football this fall, being somewhat busy with other things. The guess here is that he likely spent about as much time sharing his thoughts about how to reform college football as he spent watching games.
If so, he missed a great show. College football is alive and well, and more popular than ever--largely because of the Bowl Championship Series and the title game it provides, the bowl games it preserves, and, most of all, the meaningful regular season it produces.
The change we need is to stop bashing the BCS and start recognizing what a great thing it is for college football.
Jeffrey H. Anderson (with Chris Hester) created one of the six computer rankings used in determining which college football teams will play in the National Championship Game.