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In this, Year 15 of the Bowl Championship Series, it has become abundantly clear that an alternative to the old-school bowl system, save for a true college football playoff, rates up there with watching paint dry or whatever godawful reality TV series happens to be trending.
The BCS is a failure. Always has been, always will be. It’s just too obvious to excuse anymore.
Influenced by the mutated, self-serving way that only power-hungry, control freak-crazy individuals, these being the leaders from the cash-cow conferences, can be, what has evolved … is a classic example of devolving.
In short, interest in the sport’s postseason has waned, not gained.
Tickets purchased to them or not, bowl games are not being attended anywhere near capacity levels. The empty seats at the Sugar Bowl on Wednesday night were embarrassing and they were an improvement from the tumbleweeds blowing through the upper deck at the Orange Bowl the night before.