College Football Playoff Rankings II: The Better Late Than Never (I Guess) Edition

I was preoccupied with something or another (Call of Duty maybe?) on Tuesday when the rankings came out. I have forgotten to write something since then, so I figured why not now? There were a few very good games this … Continue reading College Football Playoff Rankings II: The Better Late Than Never (I Guess) Edition

The SEC is Hilariously Overrated: Revisited

This will not be nearly as long as my posts I made a couple seasons ago. However, I feel the need to address this again. Simply put, the SEC benefits from overinflated rankings from the beginning of the season. Year in and year out, they sport the most Top 25 rankings than any conference. For the most part, they schedule seriously bad cupcakes for out-of-conference, and by the time intra-conference play happens, they’re all 3-0 and the beneficiaries of “Oh look at the SEC go!” When an SEC team loses to another SEC team that it shouldn’t (Let’s say, South … Continue reading The SEC is Hilariously Overrated: Revisited

SEC Strength, or Lack Thereof? (Final Segment)

This is a three part series addressing the SEC and the perceived dominance over college football. The other two parts are linked below: East Edition West Edition ————————————————————————————— So far we have broken down the eastern conference and the western … Continue reading SEC Strength, or Lack Thereof? (Final Segment)