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Published: Saturday, Dec. 18 2010 10:00 p.m. MST

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Mesa, AZ

Yep Randy, NCAA college football has been hijacked by corporate America and a monopoly called the BCS which sells its title game as a championship, when in reality it is a 1-game playoff of 2 teams decided upon mainly by opinion polls.

Boise, ID

Bowl Season has begun with a great win by the Cougars! All the bowl games are great, ending with the #1 and #2 teams playing each other. Prior to the BCS, this rarely happened. The Bowl Season is fantastic! Thank-you to all the corporations that help make it possible. Don't like it, I have a simple solution: Don't watch.

Henry Drummond
San Jose, CA

I have to agree with Randy. I haven't watched the bowl games like I did thirty years ago because there are simply so many of them and most of them today have tie-ins that frequently create mismatches and boring games. I think BYU would have been better served by playing a more challenging opponent than a team like UTEP.

Utes 31 Tide 17
South Jordan, UT

Pass the chip dip?

And what's with the picture of the citrus bowls, is that an attempt at being clever?

Veritas Aequitas
Fruit Heights, UT

Utes 31 Tide 17 | 11:13 a.m. Dec. 19, 2010
South Jordan, UT
And what's with the picture of the citrus bowls, is that an attempt at being clever?

Sugar Bowl, if you remember, had a bowl of sugar.

Did you want a picture of a dude painting a car?

Give the Des News a break. So they don't have everyone on the staff focusing on the " paint your car for $99.95" Bowl...

Wait, my bad... That's the Earl Scheib Bowl.

Trabuco Canyon, CA

This article explains exactly how Ybu got in a bowl this year.

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