Auburn: Soon to be a second-time champion?
That happened. The NCAA took action against the Trojans this summer.
So what now? Though the AP said it won't take any retroactive action, the Football Writers Association of America is open to changing its 2004 champion.
The group's director said yesterday that he's going to talk with several former FWAA presidents and see what they think.
"I'm sensing that people, when they look at the situation, that is a distinct possibility that Auburn thing can come into play," FWAA president Steve Richardson said. "I haven't had anyone convince me why we shouldn't do it."I know what you may be thinking. The FWAA title?
It's at least as good as Parke Davis, Houlgate and the College Football Researchers Association.