Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh addressed the BCS system, Andrew Luck, and the Cardinal's home attendance during his end-of-season meeting with the media Wednesday. Assuming Stanford doesn't slip into the National Championship Game, Harbaugh said he would prefer that Stanford play in the Rose Bowl. As for the unlikely possibility that the Cardinal drops a spot in this week's BCS rankings and gets shutout of of a BCS bowl...
"We're happy to be there. If something else is at play here that's going to knock us out of that in the next couple of days or week then you might have one hot guy at next week's press conference."
The Stanford athletic department could sell tickets to that event.
Stanford graduate and Men's Fitness editor-in-chief Roy S. Johnson makes a compelling case for Harbaugh to remain on the Farm. | ESPN
Harbaugh was on Colin Cowherd's radio show yesterday and was asked if Stanford is big enough for him. "Oh, there's no question." | ESPN Radio
In related news, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Tony Barnhart says the NCAA got it right in the Cam Newton case. | Mr. College Football
Former Stanford Heisman Trophy winner Jim Plunkett says Luck "is the best passing quarterback out there in college today." | 610 AM