Without spending much time on it, because it’s not fair to our team for me to spend much time on it, I will say this — I think it’s a flawed system. But when you logically think about what the BCS people have done, and which obviously we’re all part of, I think it was great for a while. I think you take an imperfect system and you do the best you can without hosting a playoff. […] I imagine there’s going to be controversy with the playoffs too, now. It’s not a 64-team playoff; you can only have four guys. What’s that fifth team going to feel like?
— Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer, Monday, in discussing the current, and future, championship-crowning systems within the NCAA. The Buckeyes, despite winning 22 straight contests since Meyer’s arrive, continue to lose ground in the BCS standings, clinging to the No. 3 spot by one one-thousandth of a point.