Friday, November 14, 2008

College Football in For Some Changes?

I found a couple of interesting articles regarding college football that I thought I'd pass along as we (aka you) wind down your work week.

The first comes courtesy of a man who goes by the handle "Polish Pickle". In the article, he lays out his suggestion for a revamped college football postseason. At this point, I'm beginning to believe there may never be a college football playoff. The network executives and conference presidents seem so set in their ways, I'm just not sure what it's going to take to change that.

The second one is just as compelling. It's often been rumored that Notre Dame will join the Big Ten, but at times that seems more unlikely than a college football playoff. Well, Brian Carriveau of Railbird Central disagrees, saying that it will happen this decade. As he says, "One day you're going to wake up, and it's going to have happened."


Jonk said...

This decade? It's 2008, and it will be 2009 in like 6 weeks. There's only a year left in this decade. (Damn. Where did the time go?) So does "this decade" mean by 2018?

Either way, color me skeptical.

Now, I was just going to post this, then I managed to get to the end of the post and saw that "DeaconJones" asked the same thing ("this decade ends in 412 days") and Brian Carriveau says yes.

Not going to happen. January 1, 2010, Notre Dame will not be in the Big Ten.

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