ESPN Doesn’t Want the SEC to Win Another National Championship

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Nice Move

While I would definitely like this year’s National Championship game to feature an offensive matchup that isn’t the equivalent of a cripple fight, there’s no way it would be interesting without an SEC team. You’ve got to take down the king if you want to sit on top of the mountain. Also voodoo doesn’t seem like an effective deterrent against SEC dominance. Guarantee that witch doctor is an LSU fan.

Funny how ESPN wants the team from America’s second largest, and NFL-less, city to contend for the title. Sluts.

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  1. 6
    Frat So Hard U

    They would fill the magazine up with how amazing the BigTen is if a BigTen team won (haha it’s funny because the BigTen is a joke). BigTen loving queers. It’s one of the many, MANY reasons why I hate ESPN.

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    • 0
      JParks

      Granted, everyone, in every sport thinks the national media hates their team. It’s a natural part of being a fan. But, I just can’t buy that argument. I mean, have you seen the WWL’s coverage of the Big Ten in wake of the scandals at PSU, tOSU, etc.?

      ESPN doesn’t have a Big Ten bias- it has a ratings and tradition bias, and will always push for schools like Florida, USC, Michigan, Texas, etc., regardless of conference.

      Silliness.

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    • -5
      DrFratlove

      They will never stop. We just have to face the fact that eventually, a blind squirrel will find its nut and a non SEC team might win the NC.

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  2. -1
    DrFratlove

    The argument that another team, who wasn’t in the top two, deserved to “get their chance” at the tittle is ridiculous. They had the whole fucking season to make it into the top two spots, but they didn’t. What kind of bullshit is this idea that the #1 and #2 teams shouldn’t be in the NC? Regardless of who the teams are. If the BigTen could take the #1 and #2 spots (Just laughed so hard I may have peed a little) then they should play, end of story.

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    • 0
      DrFratlove

      ^Hm, that is interesting, because here I was thinking that Florida was #2 and Michigan was #3. Which turned out to be accurate because Florida bitch-slapped OSU and Michigan got buried pretty badly too.

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    • -1
      McCoy

      The thing is they didn’t deserve to be #1 and #2. You probably believe in the bible on the premise that it is “the word of God” too don’t you?

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    • -2
      Broseph_Settles

      ^^ “when they played”. Read the fine print, dumbass. And florida winning that NC is my exact argument as to why rematches (from the same conference no less) should never take place in the NC.

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    • -3
      Broseph_Settles

      You clearly don’t remember the 2006 season. OSU and Michigan WERE #1 and #2 (when they played) and they almost had a rematch in the championship. Just goes to show how having teams from the same conference play in the NC means jack shit.

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    the fratness monster

    Other conferences need to pick their shit up. The Big XII needs to return back to prominence, and actually perform in the NC. I hate USC, while they tend to always show up for big games and dominate, they also have a tendency to lose to inferior teams like Washington and UCLA.

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    • -3
      The_Hazer

      You sir are an idiot, I believe SC has lost to UCLA once in the past decade. Go sit in a kiddie pool of gasoline and light a match.

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