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I believe you and the President have many more important issues than to worry about the BCS. It seems that you have too much time on your hands to defend Boise State University and their sub-par conference.
Mr. Hatch, with all due respect, please concentrate on finding a way to cooperate with the Democrats and the President to find a resolution in Iraq and Afghanistan so our troops can one day return home to enjoy the college football games that you seem to care deeply about.
Also, we have a bad economy and high unemployment to worry about. I'm not sure if you have even gotten to that yet in your busy workday.
Thanks for your time,
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