Colt McCoy Thinks A College Football Playoff Would Be Peachy Keen

The BCS cartel can hire all the Ari Fleischers and inept PR interns it wants. The movement to implement a college football playoff may have found an accidental folk hero in one of this year's BCS darlings, Colt McCoy. Via BCS Evolution, see for yourself: McCoy speaks for the undefeateds. All of them:

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I've thought about it a lot. I'd have to say eight-team playoff and maybe cut the season one game short. I don't think you would lose that much money because the playoffs would generate a lot of interest and ultimately you could find out who the national champion was for sure.
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That's right. One of this year's most fortunate sons would do away with the system that's giving him the opportunity to compete for the crown. It's likely the affable McCoy didn't intend to set the world on fire with his comments, but two things are certain: First, that there are hordes of hardcore playoff loyalists out there who are going to take this very, very seriously. And second, that a certain someone's Pasadena gift bag is going to be shorted a fetching fleece hat if a certain someone doesn't watch his mouth.

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