Joel Klatt - who just so happens to work for Fox Sports, the very network controlling most of the major decisions in college football right now - has a pretty controversial take about conference realignment.
Klatt believes all of the conference changes occurring in the sport is a good thing in the long term.
"It is incredibly hard to see right now, in particular if you're team is outside SEC or Big 10, but the long term outlook for fans is a good one...We will look back on these times as the moves that shaped a better post-season, more quality non-con games, & stronger governance," he said on Twitter.
Well played, Joel. Did Fox tell you to say that?
"Lol of course the guy that works for FOX says that since they are helping to drive the realignment," a fan replied.
"You are so wrong. We will look back at this as the end of what made college football unique and set it apart from NFL," another fan wrote.
Klatt could be right if this all leads to an expanded playoff.
"Does an expanded playoff follow? It will only be good if access to the playoff is still available to most schools," one fan said.
Does Klatt make a strong argument or is simply pushing an agenda for Fox?