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And the Dust Settles

So, after all that BCS kvetching the system got it right.

Michigan is the rightful No. 2 team in the land but they also played Ohio State in the season's final game.  There's just something bad about all but a handful of rematches in sports and the BCS Gods smartly avoided that one.

We also get a traditional --if uninspiring-- Rose Bowl.

And we have suddenly annoying but damn good coach Urban Meyer on the brink of a championship in his second season.

Plus: the USC haters get to relax for at least one season as they coughed away a gimme against UCLA.

Things aren't so bad.

Best of all, it's now bowl season.  Let the good times roll. 

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Reader Comments (3)

I'm a homer for Florida, but even with that, I don't get all these comments about Urban Meyer being annoying and whining. He was answering questions. All the quotes you hear or read are from questions he was asked. He's a blunt guy who isn't afraid to say what he's thinking. And for that, he's getting dragged through the mud. The more annoying fact is that since there are a limited number of quotes, the media plays them over and over and over.
December 4, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterMatt
Interesting take, Matt. I haven't been following it closely enough to know whether your entry is accurate, but still, interesting. Perhaps I'll have to pay more attention.
December 4, 2006 | Unregistered Commenter'5 Champ

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December 5, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterJ. Mark English

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