Why Must the BCS Continue To Exist?

Posted by College Football Fanatic on December-7-2009 Add Comments

The picture you see above is of Ari Fleischer, who the BCS has hired to, ahem, "protect and defend" their system.

The headline you see above is what I asked myself all of last night as the Fiesta Bowl matchup between Texas Christian University and Boise State was announced.

To me, the Fiesta Bowl was an obvious BCS cop-out to keep a BCS conference team from being beaten by a Mountain West or Western Athletic Conference team, even though it happens every year in the regular season. Hey, at least Cincinnati gets to play Florida, and TCU and Boise get to play each other. Talk about fair matchups.

So, why does the BCS continue to exist?

It exists for money. You know that the people who are affiliated with the BCS ...

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