Posted by: Patrick Allen Foster | January 10, 2015

The Playoff Compared to the BCS

Consider: if college football were still operating under the BCS system, the BCS Championship Game almost certainly would have been FSU vs. Bama.

Matt Hinton at Grantland:

Thank god for the playoff. By Thursday night I felt like shouting it from the damn rooftops. Thank god for the playoff! Just imagine where we’d be right now without it. If college football’s postseason were still under the thumb of the late, not-at-all-lamented BCS, America would have spent Thursday afternoon watching Ohio State and Oregon in what amounted to a trumped-up consolation game in the Rose Bowl, while looking forward to a winner-take-all, no-questions-asked collision between Alabama and Florida State for the national title.

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