Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Deuce Wayne, Nov 23, 2011.
Seems you have a problem with knowing how to spell. Being an Alabama fan suits you well.
Sec-sec-sec 1-2-3 !!!
The guy is gay. There's no curiosity.
And ratings don't matter. It's still known as the greatest rivalry in college football.
Man... southerners. In their own little world. Always.
'known' in the Biblical sense?
Alabama/Auburn is unquestionably the greatest rivalry in college football. Look at the match tomorrow, if Ala wins they'll be in another BCS Championship and Auburn has a chance to play spoiler. Who is going to care about Michigan/OhioState outside of those two states? Who ever does?
Yea! Lets look at the rivalry one year at a time because we need to be prisoners of the moment!
Honestly, Auburn sucks and who outside of Alabama will care about that game?
Historically it's always been OSU/Michigan. Sorry we can't play for a spot in the national championship game or Rose Bowl EVERY YEAR. When you look at college football historically and believe it or not there was college football before the invention of the BCS (I know the SEC only has 4 championships from 1980-2002 so it's a tough pill to swallow) but OSU and Michigan are good 90% of the time and 90% of the time the game will mean something. Unfortunately the past few years it hasn't meant as much. But look back to 2007, #1 vs. #2 in a game for everything and unlike Bama/LSU we actually put on a great game.
I like how you draw those voting championship lines. Dont go back before the 80s, why is that I wonder????
I figured 1980 was long enough but lets go back to the 1970s. From 1970-1979 the SEC had 3 teams with at least a share in the title. What did you hope to prove with that? Should I go back to the 60s or maybe 20s? Point is college power houses shift, just takes time. If I told you back in the 80s that one day Notre Dame would be a joke you would have laughed at me. If I told you in the early 90s that Miami would be struggling for relevance then you would never believe it.
maybe not, but if you told me the SEC would dominate I would have said
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