This comment cracked me up.
"Let's say that the eighth-ranked team in the BCS is in the same division as the third-ranked," Beebe said. "If the eighth-ranked team beat the third-ranked team on a last-second play at home, sending the eighth-ranked team, that would defeat the purpose of trying to send the team with the best chance of winning a national championship."
Why do people think that the team that loses has the better chance of winning a national championship? If Team B (the lower ranked BCS team) is good enough to beat Team A (the higher ranked but loser to Team B) in the season, what makes someone think that Team B couldn't win a national championship with one full month to prepare? That's a stupid comment. Use this year's example (not for an argument over who should go). Does anyone really believe that UT won't have just as good of a chance at winning the MNC as Oklahoma? Both teams are outstanding. OU has a little more offensive firepower while UT is a better defensive club. They're basically a push save for that one day (don't make this an argument people. It's not the point here.). I just don't understand this pattern of thinking by people. Any team ranked say in the top 8 of the BCS is capable of beating the #1 team on a neutral site with a month to prepare.
FWIW, I'd practically bet my paycheck that the Big 12 will change the tiebreaker to match the other conferences.
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