PORTLAND, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Longtime football fan and ex-semi pro football player, Mark Pitassi, was fed up with the current Bowl Champion System (BCS) structure that declares a National Champion in Division One College Football, and so he created his own National Champion with his new website www.mostshafted.com. Mark’s mission for “Most Shafted” is to someday bring a playoff championship game to decide the REAL National Champion.
“As long as the BCS is in power, my goal is to recognize and stick up for the rights of teams like the 2008 Utah Utes, the 2004 Auburn Tigers, and the 2009 Boise State Broncos, who finished their seasons unbeaten,” he said. “These teams are champions and history should recognize them as such.”
“It is my goal to bring these and future teams ‘Most Shafted’ in the BCS to life,” Pitassi continued. “I have had many letters printed in local and national media outlets speaking out against the current system. I am passionate bringing a real title game to Division One College Football in the form of a playoff game.”
Mark’s years of dedication have led to the MostShafted site that lists the top 10 “Most Shafted” teams during the BCS tenure. He also posts a sample 16-team playoff structure to determine a National Champion, an individual “Shaft Man Trophy” award for the individual Mark feels is most deserving of the Heisman Trophy, and animated video about the problems with the current BCS system.
Mark is producing a weekly column on MostShafted.com where people can interact and post on his blog. He encourages participation on his blog about his passion to bring a playoff to Division One College Football. Mark is also producing an ongoing list of the most likely team to be “shafted” in 2010. He states that he will talk to any football analyst anywhere and anytime to discuss the problems in the current BCS system.
Mark was born, raised and is a current resident of Portland, Oregon. He has been passionate about football his entire life. His “Most Shafted” site is a result of years of dedication and research to make his dream a reality. To contact Mark Pitassi, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.