The Boise State loss to Nevada was unbelievably heart breaking. Basically two extra point length field goals were missed that would have ended the game happily for the Broncos. However, what is more depressing about the Boise State loss is this means a giant step back for the hopes of a proper post season for college football. Ever since Boise State played in one of the greatest football games ever, and defeated Oklahoma in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl, a playoff system in college football has been seriously talked about and considered. That incredibly shocking upset opened the door for teams like Utah and TCU to have the respect they have now. But now with Boise State, the conductor of the underdog train, out of the picture it seems like a playoff system is much further away. Not only should everyone be grieving the loss America's favorite underdog suffered in a thrilling Friday night game, but also the extremely frustrating set back to the one thing college football needs, a playoff system. Every other major sport on Earth has a playoff system, so why doesn't one of the countries most popular sports have one?