I guess the hot topic right now is whether or not Louisville deserves a shot at the title game...
Some points of interest
1) the Big East's record of 25-8 against non-conference BCS opponents is tops among the BCS conferences
2) if Louisville wins out, they will have beaten nine probable bowl-teams
3) no division IIA schools were on the schedule, rare in a day and age when teams feel its their god-given right to schedule "crosstown rivals" such as Indiana Institute of Bartending Tech
4) what if Michael Bush were playing this season? Would we be having this same discussion? Or would the presence of a Heisman Trophy candidate give them more legitimacy?
I'm trying really hard to hear the SEC's argument here (and even the Big Ten's to an extent). I just want to be presented with something more than the presupposition that the SEC is "you know, better".