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Apparently There is a College Football Game Tonight

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Did you know there was an important college football game tonight? Apparently, the BCS championship is tonight. Yeah, I didn’t realize it either, considering its been a month and two weeks since the regular season ended, and the NFL playoffs started this weekend. When will the BCS wake up and schedule this game on New Year’s Day, (or a Saturday where everyone can watch it) instead of a Monday, at 8pm EST. Since I live on the west coast, I will not be able to watch the first quarter, and part of the second. Then again, I forgot the game was tonight until I went to ESPN, and had to scroll to find it… And they’re televising it!

As far as the game goes, usually I would have a winner picked by now, but I can’t call it. Alabama is so fast, big and would be the team to take if I were a betting man, but Notre Dame always finds a way to win big games. This will be a defensive focused game. I don’t think either team will put up over 24. It should be a descent game to watch, but thanks to the BCS, and their great scheduling, I won’t be watching.

I Would Like to Congratulate the B1G Ten on a Stellar Football Season

There was a lot of discussion after drinking with some friends last weekend, and seeing two disgraces happen in college football. The first was Alabama winning the SEC And granting them the trip to the BCS championship, and the second was Wisconsin beating the Cornhuskers to be crowned the B1G Ten Champs and get the right to go to the Rose Bowl. Once again, the B1G TEN looks like a great conference in the eyes of America.

You want to know why no matter what a SEC team was going to the BCS National Championship, and if Notre Dame didn’t have the great season they had, once again, two SEC teams would have been in the national championship? They breed winners. They don’t have teams lose five games and win the conference. They don’t have teams that go 4-4 in the conference playing for the championship. They breed winners.

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