- Feb 4, 2013
Rules need to change (and be enforced) or the NCAA and conferences are gonna lose a ton of dough on TV contracts. No one likes a system that feels predictable and rigged.
As long as the NCAA turns a blind eye to the enhanced recruiting, there’s no reason to think that Alabama won’t win At least five of the next ten NCs, and be in eight of the next ten NC tournaments.Is this news not threadworthy? I think it is.
But otherwise I agree and was aware of that as I was making the post.
https://www.canesinsight.com/threads/alabamas-dominance-in-context-death-of-cfb.104100/Cap the support staff, maybe even cap booster spending, actually catch a team cheating and nail them... any other ideas?
Most of the larger TV markets couldn't give 2 shets about CFB.Yes, having Bama, Clemson, & OSU always in the mix makes it boring. However, playing the game on ESPN instead of ABC lowers the perceived value of the game. I know broadcast TV really doesn't make a big deal vs. cable, but if the Super Bowl wasn't played on a major network, wouldn't you think something was up?
If a network thinks a championship game is not worthy of pre-empting another mind-numbing episode of "The Bachelor", why should viewers?