Big Pimpin': College Football Playoffs Still Don't Help Players

NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 08: Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide and head coach Les Miles of the LSU Tigers pose with The Coaches' Trophy during the Allstate BCS Championship Press Conference on January 8, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Fans rejoiced with the announcement that college football will decide its national champion with a four-team playoff. But with all the new money potentially flowing from the decision, will the presidents and commissioners think about the players?

It's been about a week since everyone got the college football playoff they've waited their whole lives for. And, one week later, I still don't care. Not even a little bit.

I am, however, impressed by the flexibility of college presidents and conference commissioners, all of whom displayed an amazing willingness to compromise through it all. By "compromise," I really mean "show how full of it they always were," but why waste words?

The best part of all of this, really, is how little changes under the system we'll get in 2014. But even better than that is the new "Bomani & Jones," which manages to work references to "Big Pimpin'" into a discussion of a college football playoff. And references to pimpin'. Not some song. I mean actual, real life pimpin'.

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