Another college football season has come and gone.
Did you watch the National Championship Game on Monday night?
I have some goods and some bads that I took in from the season, the playoff, and things in general.
Good: Ended up being a helluva title game, with missed field goals, and a big time pass play after a sack in overtime to win it for Alabama.
Bad: I had no real interest in watching another SEC title game. I watched about 2 minutes of it, and went to bed.
Good: Alabama wins another title, Saban solidifies himself as one of the top coaches in College Football history.
Bad: A team that didn't beat their rival, and didn't win their conference title game, won it all. The team I covered at home all season long, Ohio State, did beat their rival, and did win their conference title. They were left out. 2 losses, with one sticking out like a sore thumb (Iowa), were a big-time factor.
Saban once said that a team needs to win their conference in order to be considered for the CFP. I have a feeling he thinks a little differently now.
Good: Ohio State beat previously undefeated Wisconsin in the Big 10 title game.
Bad: Winning your conference title game practically means absolutely nothing, so why are we playing them? (right, Penn State in 2016?)
Something just still doesn't seem quite right with this set up to determine the top team in big time college football.