In Homerism's experience growing up, even the best students had at least one subject they just couldn't master. While they typically breezed through most of their classes, there was always that one that gave them a surprisingly tough time. (Think Anthony Michael Hall and his shop class woes in The Breakfast Club.)
Mack Brown is lucky the BCS wasn't part of the curriculum back in his day. He just doesn't seem to get it.
Brown has announced he and his team will be knuckling down this offseason for a crash course on the ins-and-outs of the BCS. He has even hired some top-notch tutors, extending invitations to supposed "BCS gurus" to come to Austin and break down college football's system for picking a champion.
As Dr. Saturday points out, the BCS isn't that tough to figure out--both in how it's calculated and how it affects teams. (The Doc's analysis is brilliant and succinct: "Win every game as convincingly as possible against the best possible competition.") If Brown really can't put it together on his own, well...
On the other hand, if this announcement is some kind of stunt, credit Brown for his persistence in publicizing what he considers to be the injustice foisted upon his team by one of the world's most famous algorithms. Brown should give up the class dunce routine, though, if he wants to be seen as a reformer, rather than a whiner.