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MULE': Crowning An Arbitrary National Champ

College football aficionados everywhere – well, with the noted exceptions of the Buckeye State of Ohio and Tiger Country of Louisiana – are frustrated again. Once again the sport will crown an arbitrary national champion.

For all the carping about the BCS system, where a combination of factors such as record, strength of schedule, style points in victory and defeat, etc., are weighed in computer analysis as well as human judgment in trying to identify the two most deserving teams to play for No. 1, it is still much better than what we had before: simple opinion. Think about it. What we had in the heyday of the AP... Recommended Stories

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