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January 02, 2014

Why the BCS wasn't even half as bad as it was made out to be

Stewart Mandel, Sports Illustrated:

For all the preemptive worrying and lobbying the past month -- first over the fear of there being too many undefeated teams; then over whether a one-loss SEC champion should potentially leapfrog the undefeated Buckeyes -- the final season of the BCS ended in surprisingly clean fashion.

Ken Bradley, Sporting News:

But a series of upsets, culminating with Michigan State’s win against Ohio State on Saturday night wrapped up the final BCS matchup nice and neat.

It usually did. 


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And in light of some recent high profile mistakes by the NFL zebras, those replacement referees weren't nearly as bad as they were made out to be (which is not to say they weren't bad or they weren't over their heads in many situations).


I think the BCS tops the list of things that ended in 2013 (OK, technically 2014) which people won't miss.

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