Well, we can "agree to disagree" I guess. The draw of Div I vs Div II is staggering. Div II football is measured in billions of dollars, Div I not so much. There are several TV contracts in Div II, but the school size and audience is 100:1 vs Div II. EWU sells out on regular season games, and all of their playoff games, unless it's on TV somewhere. Most all of Div I games sell out all of their regular season games, even when they are on regular TV. As far as fans not knowing where they are going to go from week to the next, would make absolutely no difference whatsoever in attendance. I'd argue that more people would become fans, because of a true playoff system. Ask most football fans why they like pro over college - three letters: BCS, which stands for Bull Crap Series. I don't believe for one second (especially after watching that TV segment on college football) that fans, students, or anything other than money drives college football. Do you know what the Rose Bowl Grand Marshall gets paid, just for one bowl game? There's no way that any conference wants to give up 10's of millions of guaranteed dollars every year for a playoff system. Most fans want it, but the schools don't. http://espn.go.com/college-football...age-91-million-new-playoff-format-sources-say Now, say that we had a playoff system. Say Mich or Mich St have a stellar year...uh oh. Now all of a sudden, the PAC 12, SEC, etc. may miss out on $91 million. Do you think those conferences are willing to give up that money for a true playoff system - where their team(s) might not make it to the next round? If people want to keep college football where it is at, fine. Just don't label a team "National Champions" because 13 guys and a computer say they are. Even after this "Plus One", four team playoff, lends itself to 13 guys and a computer to decide who those four teams are going to be. Heck if the NFL did that, then we may have never had that unbelievable Super Bowl five years ago. They would have just given the trophy to the Pats, and the Giants wouldn't have even been in that game - the only team that could beat them. They almost did it at the end of the regular season, remember? If they ran the NFL the same way, the Giants would have never been "picked" for the championship. They barely made it into the playoffs...then beat the only unbeaten team, and became true champions. (Not a Giants fan, but how cool that must have been for a fan) I say, either keep it the way it was before the BCS, no champion, and bowl games. Or have a true playoff.