georgia has not earned the right to be on that cover
To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift - Steve Prefontaine
That's pretty much what I was thinking. In out-of-conference games, they lost to Boise State and Michigan State in 2011-12.
That's exactly what I was thinking. I was like, where's the Auburn Tiger or Florida Gator? You know a team that has actually dominated and won a championship recently.
My exact thought as soon as I opened the link.....Georgia?? What? Where is Florida?
Mark Richt has lost control of that magazine cover.
In anycase is there going to be an official apology to the sec from espn for publishing that? They're bff's remember. SEC, ESPN, USC #lovetriangle?
I know there's a game Saturday, and my ass will be there.
hey eddie, you must have missed Deenard Robinson walk in to the room. Michigan is back on the scene with ESPN, trying to form a circle jerk.
Take Down the SEC?
Do I come off as arrogant? Shame on me, I was hoping it would more obvious.
1) Georgia? Really?
2) Would that 'someone' be those in charge of implementing a playoff so that a certain conference does not get the benefit of inflated rankings that contribute to their over-representation in MNC title games?
3) So USC is the chosen David to their Golith?
4) Georgia? Really?
Buckeye born and bred. Buckeye til I'm dead.
"We have always had the best damn band in the land, now we have the best damn team in the land"- Jim Tressel 1-03-03
ESPN will literally do just about anything to sell product.
Which seperates them from 99% of American businesses how, exactly?
Californian by birth, Marionaire by the Grace of President Warren G. Harding.
They're SUPPOSED to be a non biased sports news resource not an SEC / USC marketing tool.
DJ, ESPN just spent the last 8 years hyping this SEC behemouth. They have a MASSIVE TV deal with the SEC (~$250 Million). Now, they're suggesting on their cover that they're tired of their dominance and someone needs to beat them? Obviously, they're trying to pander to the rest of college football fans that they've ostracized during their SEC lovefest in order to sell magazines.
At least act like you're trying to pay attention to the happenings.
Whelp, that's a tad disturbing.