Pac-12 Commissioner Admits Coaches Poll Is Worthless

Here you go, straight from the lips of Larry Scott, commissioner of the Pac-12, regarding the USA Today coaches poll:

“I think it’s an unfair position to put the coaches in, to supposedly vote objectively when they’ve got a very natural conflict of interest, No. 1, and, No. 2, I think most coaches are focused on their own games — let alone breaking down tape afterwards and all that,” Scott said. “So to expect that coaches could have a good, balanced, well-researched perspective on who the best teams are in any given week is a fallacy.”

Well how about that? Now that we know we are getting a playoff, suddenly all the BCS bandwagoners are coming out of the woodwork with what they really think. Thank goodness we only have this “fallacy” for two more seasons!

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