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Finally, 16 years after the BCS started, a playoff was instituted. It's not an end by any means. In fact, it's a bit like being sort-of pregnant. But it is utfifas progress.
"It's the great unknown that scares the men who are in charge of college football," Barnhart said. "They don't want to be the men to put things in place that hurts the regular season. They're already nervous about students not showing up, and there not being enough WiFi [in stadiums]."
Among other things. College football arguably has the best regular season. That rhythm begins Saturday morning with GameDay and creates its own ongoing live, reality drama. And if TV loves anything, it's a good story.
"If one of the principles was keeping the relevance of the regular season, not only did they keep it," said Burke Magnus, ESPN senior vice president of college sports programming, "it shone a brighter light on how great the regular season is."
The playoff diminishes the Game of the Century phenomenon. A showdown of unbeatens doesn't necessarily mean the loser is done. Take Notre Dame. A game-winning touchdown pass Saturday on the road against No. 2 Florida State was negated by a penalty.
Anyone who saw the game www.utfifas.co had to conclude the Irish are worthy of being in the playoff. It has five games (over seven weeks) to rehabilitate its profile.