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The BCS at Its Most Insane

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We all know that the BCS college football system, with its computers and polls and bowl series that isn't a series, is incredibly stupid and illogical. We'll all be happy to see it go.

But I would again ask the question: Can we at least acknowledge what we might be losing? Because Saturday was amazing. Saturday was heartbreaking. Saturday was awe-inspiring. Saturday was one of the great sports days of the year.

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