Opinion: Don't let Congress touch BCS

So it's come to this: Congress is talking about football games.

The economy stinks, joblessness is nearly 10 percent, gas is up, stocks are down — and Congress is trying to fix college football?

Isn't that like rearranging the furniture while the Hindenburg's on fire?

College football: the problem that just won't go away, like Hillary Clinton and Jesse Jackson.

First the House held hearings, then last week it was the Senate, which is how a sports problem spilled over onto the front page last week and right here into this column. Now what? So far, it's just a lot of the same yakking we hear from fans at the end of each football season, but at least the boys on the Hill got to talk jock for a week.

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