I would say an important skill that great leaders have is knowing their own abilities. They are usually really good at one aspect but are not afraid to bring in an expert in another area. The opposite can be said for terrible leaders who tend to "know everything" and insist on having their hands on everything.
Nobody wanted to watch Boise play Oklahoma a few years back. If I remember correctly it turned out to be a fairly good game.
Wrong. Boise deserved a BCS game as they were undefeated, thus they had a legitimate reason to be in. NIU lost once to a bottom feeder in the B1G and had a couple very close wins... They should not be here. Hope Florida State wins by 50.
If the BCS didn't have rules written in to help ND get in BCS games we wouldn't have to deal with a non undefeated MAC team in the Orange bowl. They slid in the same loophole that was made for ND.
That's not ND's loophole. That's the loophole that's designed to prevent the smaller conferences from taking the BCS to the Supreme Court/Congress with charges of collusion - intentionally preventing certain schools from having the same opportunity to make the same money as other schools.
ND has its very own loopholes.
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
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