College Football Playoff
Starting in 2014, college football will crown its champion with a four-team playoff. The semifinal games will rotate among six bowls, with the championship game bid out to a neutral site. Four teams will be chosen by a committee that will consider won-loss record, strength of schedule, head-to-head results, and whether the team won its conference.*
Dan Wetzel, author of Death to the BCS, calls it a playoff system that only college football could have implemented. We got the playoff, but the bowls, big bucks, and corruption remain.
The playoff runs for 12 years and could garner a $6 billion TV deal.
Spencer Hall Interviews Hal Mumme
The architect of the Air Raid offense, now coaching at McMurry University and fighting through cancer treatment, is also a Nickelback fan.
Spare a thought for the people of Colorado Springs today. The Waldo Canyon Fire is ripping through parts of the cityand bearing down on the Air Force Academy. My aunt and uncle live a couple miles up the road, on the other side of I-25. Scary stuff.