Dec 20th 2010 By Jeremy Taylor
is full of opinions. Our friends at With Leather
have a roundup of Charles Barkley's latest thoughts on Cliff Lee, John Wall, Carmelo Anthony and Brett Favre's junk.
Sir Charles also touched on the BCS
, which he, of course, thinks is just "turrible," even though the much-maligned system has placed his alma mater, Auburn
, in college football's national championship this year.
Barkley expressed his hope that a plan proposed by Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban to raise $500 million
to establish a (for-profit) 12- to 16-team college football playoff would gain traction.
BCS executives and college presidents have already dismissed Cuban's plan, but the billionaire sports-fan extraordinaire is nothing if not tenacious.
Do you think Cuban's plan has a shot to shake things up in the not-so-distant future, or will college football continue to ensure that its national champion isn't definitively decided by on-the-field play?
Can Mark Cuban bring a playoff to college football?
|It could happen -- he has the money and personality to pull it off||394 (61.5%)|
|No -- life certainties are death, taxes and a lack of a playoff in college football||247 (38.5%)|