Sunday, October 14, 2007

Yes, I'm Talking About Playoffs

If the season ended today, Ohio State would play Boston College in the BCS Championship. This is bad for two reasons: It is an insanely boring matchup and Boston doesn't need another championship. With #1 LSU and #2 Cal losing on Saturday, the title is up for grabs. However, Ohio State still has to play Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan. Boston College still plays Virginia Tech and Florida State. Chances are, there will be no unbeatens at the end of the year, which is the final ingredient needed to convince whatever alien life forms that are running the BCS to create a playoff. Can you pick two teams out of LSU, Cal, Ohio State, BC, USC, Oklahoma, South Florida, Oregon, South Carolina and West Virginia? I sure as hell can't.

Over in the MLB, great things are happening. First off, Boston goes back to Cleveland tied 1-1. I actually like the Red Sox, but since they are located in the luckiest city on the planet, I have to root against them. Also, the Rockies are looking like the greatest team that has ever played. I was made aware of the fact that if Colorado played Boston, it would be the first time ever where both World Series teams were located in a state capital. Just thought you would like to know that.

I don't know anything about NASCAR, but I noticed that they raced on Saturday. Why don't they just move it there permanently? For some reason, they still feel compelled to challenge the NFL, which is quite possibly the worst idea ever. The only sport on Saturdays is college football, which shouldn't be a problem. Most teams aren't any good, and most games aren't televised. I live in Kansas City and have only been able to watch one KU game all season. I'm not a racing fan, but I get bored watching Notre Dame get slaughtered every weekend, so even I might turn it on.


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