Unknowingly, Gee Argues Against BCS


Somewhere deep inside the confused ramblings of Ohio State president Gordon Gee is a reasonable debate about the Bowl Championship Series. It’s fair to argue whether an unbeaten team such as Boise State or TCU is more deserving of a bid to the BCS title game than a one-loss team from a stronger conference.

I’m personally a believer that you have to look at a team’s full resume, not just the shiny win-loss record. It’s no fairer to automatically put Boise State in the title game than it is anyone else. A one-loss team may, indeed, be the better choice. We’ll see at the end of the...

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