The wait for a FBS college football playoff finally ended on Tuesday.
Since Rutgers beat Princeton 6-4 in the first American football game on Nov. 6, 1869, major college football didn't have a playoff to decide who the best team was.
That all changes in 2014 after a committee of university presidents approved the BCS Commissioners' plan for a four-year playoff.
No longer will a team -- given it's ranked among in the top four by a selection committee -- have a gripe for being left out of playing for a national championship.
Since 1998, the year the BCS became the formula to decide which two teams played for the crystal ball, controversy rose more times than not over who the best two teams in the country were.
In '98, Tennessee was the clear-cut No. 1 team in the country after the regular season, but who was the second-best was ...