Florida Wins 2nd BCS Title In 3 Years

The snapshot from No. 2 Florida's 24-14 victory over No. 1 Oklahoma Thursday night in the BCS National Championship at Dolphin Stadium came with Tebow in tight focus in the decisive closing moments. Full Story
East Hartbro

New Milford, CT

#1 Jan 9, 2009
Congrats to Aaron Hernandez. Great game. [DJ still has more yards per completion this year] Bristol and CT are proud.
Seriously

Ellington, CT

#2 Jan 9, 2009
Still wish he could have played at uconn though! But you cant blame him for playing at Florida. Go Gators
GatorFan

United States

#3 Jan 9, 2009
Aaron was huge last night ( and most of the season ) I'm glad you guys let him leave town as painful as that must have been...
Sick-Of-Politici ans

Newington, CT

#4 Jan 9, 2009
Tebow - he's the man. He should have been the winner of the Heisman. The Heisman 'winner' was cluelss and inept.

Bottom line: One guy had true grit and determination while the show pony couldn't deliver the deal.

Proof that mutts always make the best dogs.
larry buchas

New Britain, CT

#5 Jan 9, 2009
No computer should be allowed to pick the champion. It doesn't happen in Baseball, Basketball or Hockey.

The best method would be to re-seed these four teams and play the remaining games until a clear winner exists. I bet USC would not have lost to either Boise State (Oklahoma) or Utah (Alabama).

And I would bet USC would handle Florida or Texas too.
MrLogical

Norwalk, CT

#6 Jan 9, 2009
larry buchas wrote:
No computer should be allowed to pick the champion. It doesn't happen in Baseball, Basketball or Hockey.
The best method would be to re-seed these four teams and play the remaining games until a clear winner exists. I bet USC would not have lost to either Boise State (Oklahoma) or Utah (Alabama).
And I would bet USC would handle Florida or Texas too.
They should take the top 2 teams from each of the top 8 conferences and have a legitimate 3-round playoff. The BCS is a rigged and flawed process and the entire bowl charade breeds mediocre "who cares" matchups at the taxpayers expense.(A dirty and well-kept secret: Thanks to lobbying by the tourism industry in host states and cities, all of the proceeds from these bowl games are tax free. Just what we need when the country is going broke.) A lawsuit recently filed by Utah's Attorney General may help blow up this idiotic system and give us a legitimate playoff system. Let's hope so.
MrLogical

Norwalk, CT

#7 Jan 9, 2009
GatorFan wrote:
Aaron was huge last night ( and most of the season ) I'm glad you guys let him leave town as painful as that must have been...
Our loss was clearly your gain. Congrat's. If he had stayed in CT, who would have passed the ball to him? Mr. Golden arm....Tyler?

Go Gators!

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