Tag Archives: College Football
After years of outcry from frustrated fans and media members, the BCS appears to be headed toward extinction. In its place, college football’s highest division will—at last—adopt a playoff system. The details are uncertain at the moment, but the general … Continue reading
Our infallible BCS system produced a customarily-frustrating result tonight, to the surprise of almost no one. The BCS passed over Oklahoma State for its BCS “National” “Championship” game. The Cowboys, losers of one double-overtime contest, dominators of Oklahoma, and champions of … Continue reading
I wish I were making this up. Nope.
The trouble with justice is that it’s a subjective concept that we allege to be purely objective when applied properly. Blindfold and scales and all that. Yet, an individual’s point of view determines so much of the makeup of this … Continue reading