Congressman Wants To Look At BCS
You've got to be kidding. There is so much Congress can be doing, but this isn't part of their job description, as far as I can tell. It's college football. It's not national defense.
"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."
Of course it's flawed, but not nearly as flawed as if the Federal government gets involved (see the United States Postal Service). Besides that, controversy is part of the beauty of college football. Remember, last year Auburn was the best team in college football and didn't get a chance to play for the championship.
Just a thought.