You know I am all for a playoff system for college football and there are a million different versions out there but I have always wondered if we could get it done and please everyone. So my idea would be to keep the BCS system in place to select the top eight teams. This keeps all of the "every game during the regular season is like a playoff game" people happy because the importance of those games would remain although I think this argument is stupid. Then you have the argument about fans being able to travel to several locations on such a short notice. This is a legitimate concern. I would have the top 4 teams host the first round games as a reward for being in the top four. I would then schedule the second round games (or final four) at neutral sites but two weeks after the first round. It give fans more time to make arrangements and it gives players an extra week to rest and heal. If everyone finishes the regular season around December 7th you could have the first round of games around December 21st. The round of four would be around January 4th. I would then take another two weeks to play the national championship game which would be around the 18th. This does not make the season that much longer than it already is. It gives fans time to make plans and travel and most importantly it gives players time to rest between what will be like our 4 game stretch this year of OU, Missouri, OSU and Tech on steroids. This seems like it might take the best of both worlds and combine them into something everyone can live with. Oh and this does not affect the current bowl games as they could continue to exist. They just would remain an exhibition game as they are now except without the top 8 teams. I think I will send this to Obama and see what he thinks.