The House Energy and Commerce subcommittee has scheduled a hearing this Wednesday on … "Determining a Champion on the Field: A Comprehensive Review of the BCS and Postseason College Football." Go ahead and read that sentence over again, slowly.
From the AP story:
"College football is not just an exhilarating sport, but a billion-dollar business that Congress cannot ignore," said committee Chairman Joe Barton, a Texas Republican. […]
"Too often college football ends in sniping and controversy, rather than winners and losers," Barton said. "The current system of determining who's No. 1 appears deeply flawed."
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