The BCS is flawed, but it does meet the goal it agreed to accomplish - pitting #1 against #2. I think it needs major reform, but if you think a playoff is the answer to fairness, be careful what you wish for. Either way, I think it is not the business of government to interfere.Right now, the NCAA is an organization with voluntary membership which allows each member organization to vote on the rules and regulations - including how it picks champions. The member schools, voting in their own interests, have voted almost unanimously against a playoff for a reason. A playoff would severely harm most of the member institutions and damage some permanently.The first question is: how do you pick the teams? By using the polls, which people already think are flawed? Or by forcing all conferences...

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