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Besides Bama vs ND, which is just marginally interesting, this year's BCS games seem a boat load of meh. It appears this year is one of the worst pairings I have seen from the history of the BCS. College football will be so much better once we get a better system than this current one.
If Notre Dame and Bama is "marginally interesting" then log off and tell yourself football ceased to exist. Those two programs have haters by the millions but there isn't a more "interesting" final then that.
Getting a new system is one step to fixing college football, that alone won't make it better
They need to get rid of the bowl system all together, but too many assholes would lose money so god forbid that happens
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
the cotton bowl will be a better game than them
Admit it, yall need us. IMO should wave the bowl ban, and send us to the Rose Bowl.
Alabama vs Notre Dame is the ultimate match up in college football. Except for the Iron Bowl of course.
It's an interesting game from the perspective that they're two blue blood programs, but it's not an interesting game from a talent standpoint. Could be the most one-sided game out of all the BCS ones, including FSU-NIU.
Most predict Bama to roll through that game, that's why it is marginally interesting...especially compared to the rest of these matchups.
Totally agree with this!
The best bowl will be the Fiesta and the Cotton.
The NC game will look more like a spring scrimmage of #1's vs 2's.
The tradition. The history. The blowout.
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