Playoff PAC aims to end BCS injustice through the power of commercial

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Tonight’s Fiesta Bowl between Boise State and Texas Christian features two undefeated teams that won’t be playing for the national championship.

Unless you have been living under a rock, you know this makes a lot of people all cranky and forgetful of their holiday cheer.

That’s why Playoff PAC is here.

They’re responsible for this ad, which will appear in the Boise State and TCU’s markets. The political-action group is hell-bent on getting a playoff in the college game, and judging from their spot, are giant fans of taped radio interviews.

The game starts in 28 minutes. Get your nachos ready.

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