One more BCS poll, one more buzz about the match ups and the Bowl Championship Series reign of 15 years will move into the past tense.
Alabama’s stunning, unbelievable, unforgettable 34-28 loss to Auburn created a tsunami of BCS speculation, much of it centered around the theme, “the king is dead, long live the king” chatter about Alabama’s chances of three-peating as national champions coming to an end.
Reallly? Not so fast my friend as ESPN’Lee Corso might utter as a response.
They celebrated like they had won a championship. The fans came out of the stands to join the spontaneous celebration. But the Joy in Mudville, aka Alumni Stadium, on Saturday night following Boston College’s 38-21 win over North Carolina State should be tempered with a reality check.
The Eagles’ win–their sixth of the season–made them bowl eligible. It did not guarantee them a bowl slot. Here’s why.
The most valuable player in college football this season is?
The most controversial player in college football this season is?
The most entertaining player in college football this season is?
The best player (Heisman Trophy winner) in college football this season is?
The answers to the first three questions–with some arguments, of course–should be Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel.