Fan apathy could be greatest threat to BCS
In this Jan. 3, 2011, file photo, Stanford linebacker Chase Thomas watches as Virginia Tech's Andre Smith dives for a pass during the second half of the Orange Bowl NCAA college football game in Miami.
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Since: Sep 10
#1 Jan 7, 2011
No, the greatest threat is fans realizing this is a pig in a poke and stop buying.
Weakinglings from the Big Least can get inwhile better non-AQ teams can't, and the Big Sux are too pussy to schedule a non-AQ team nor invite them to play in their conferences. The Small 12 should have invited Boise State and Nevada to join, but were more worried about money than bringing in teams that would be immediately competitive. Instead of being on par with the PAC10 and SEC, now the Small12 has sunk somewhere between the ACC and Big Least.
Those running the BS of the BCS and the Big Sux conferences claim and want to pretend that anyone can win, but in reality, playing games on the field and allowing any team to win on merit is the last thing they want. They are interested in hoarding all the money for themselves, not real competition.
And fans have woken up to that fact, including the fanbois of Big Sux conferences. Already some Georgia fanbois are lining up the excuses ("rebuilding year", "early season game") in case Boise State beats them.
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