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College Football Playoffs Become Reality

This video was uploaded in 2008!!! GOBAMA!

Yahoo - "The BCS Presidential Oversight Committee endorsed a four-team playoff within the bowl system in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, with semifinal games each year being rotated among major bowl games. A national championship game will be bid out to a different major city every season.

  A selection committee will choose four teams for the playoff each season.

 ICONNick Saban and every other head coach will have a more difficult path to claim a national title each season with the implementation of a four-team playoff.

The new system will be implemented for the 2014 campaign, with the first national championship game being held on January 12, 2015. The semifinals will be held on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day in bowl games each season."

The Wizard - How fucking awesome is this???? I think my prayers have been answered. Thank you Jesus, thank you Obama, and thank you 55" flat screen that has always been there for me. This is not only enticing for us Muggies, but its going to be great for the economy as well! How about THAT for a stimulus package WORLD?!!!!

I'm so excited and I just can't hide it.


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