Can't wait to see that Oklahoma vs. Alabama BCS Championship Game.
That's right, the BCS title game should be Oklahoma vs. Alabama. Head-to-head matchups -- especially on a neutral field -- obviously doesn't matter. So with Alabama and Florida holding identical records, why not let Alabama go to the BCS title game? Whose loss was worse ... Florida losing at home to some curtain-jerker SEC team or Alabama losing to Florida on a neutral field?
Hey, this argument is working for Oklahoma, why wouldn't it work for Alabama?
Besides, enact the THN Playoff Plan and none of this politicking would be necessary.
And the game wasn't bad, either. Florida is more talented than Alabama right now, but just couldn't put the Tide away until late in the fourth quarter.
- The Florida fans did chant "One more year" imploring Tim Tebow to stick around for his senior season. That depends on how anxious Tebow is to become an NFL fullback.
- USC vs. UCLA made huge news because of the uniform deal. And be honest, that looked pretty cool out there, with both teams wearing the home uniforms. Hopefully they do it again next season. Of course, the Trojans will be ripped for not running the score up on the Bruins, winning by only 21 when they could have won by 50.
- The awesome uniform news, however, had to be Army and Navy’s new uniforms. Those things were sweet, especially the Army camouflage uniforms. How can that be legal? How soon before an opponent throws an interception and says, wow, I couldn’t see the defender he was camouflaged out there. Very shrewd, Army. Very shrewd.
- And for the record, Pat Tillman obviously didn’t play for Army. But it would probably be a nice idea if they retired his collegiate No. 42 in honor of him.
- Turns out that Plaxico Burress was the NFL's MVP. That's the only conclusion you can draw after the way the Giants folded on Sunday. There were a couple of ducks that Dom Hixon let slide through his fingers that Burress would have caught. Good luck, Eli.
- Any announcer that says, "I could have never imagined that Kurt Warner would ever have an MVP season again "should just quit. Warner had some tough stretches, but he was obviously good enough to keep playing. He was good enough to have the Giants in position to make the playoffs in 2004. He was good enough when the Cardinals wasted a pick on Matt Leinart. If you are paid to follow football, you should have seen this coming.
Let's turn this over to the Comment Monkeys. I want to hear from a sports fan. Denver, Indianapolis, San Diego ... have I given you enough topics to talk about?