Yesterday the less than inspired news of the new college football playoff name... you know, "College Football Playoff" was announced and then it was followed by a website launch and the introduction of a fan vote for the logo of the new College Football Playoff. While there wasn't much controversy in playing it safe with the name or the logos up for vote, it's taken less than 24 hours for controversy to strike.
Austin, TX, IP address hacked into College Football Playoff logo contest, voted 50K times for Logo 4— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) April 24, 2013
That's right, someone actually has taken the time and the care to put together a hack and vote for the 4th option (the compass looking one). It's already given way to the conspiracy theory world too:
Was it really hacked? Or are they so paranoid that logo No.4 is the fan choice?— Matt Hayes(@Matt_HayesSN) April 24, 2013