We love it when it takes almost a decade for a bunch of men in plaid suits to figure out something that our four-year-old cousin has known since birth.
From the Times-Picayune, impressively still knocking stuff out, the head of the BCS discussing a playoff system:
"If the majority of the folks agreed to take a look at something like that, it could possibly happen. It's hard to predict what would trigger our presidents changing their minds about the structure. But, if we have another year with three major teams unbeaten and one left out of the championship game or some additional situation, that could cause folks to at least think about it."
In other news, water is two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen, if you don't stop scratching something it will never go away, Marv Albert wears a rug and, deep down, we all think Michael Jackson has gotten kind of weird.
Tweaked Out [Times-Picayune]