Hmmmm. Well, as Jake Taylor, would say....."Well then I guess there's only one thing left to do."
You completely hit the nail on the head with your third paragraph. I was watching college football final's "verdict" segment, of the show and I started to found myself becoming very angry. How is it, that the argument is, should a one loss SEC or an undefeated The Ohio State get the nod to play FSU, in the NCG? What makes the ACC seem so much "better", than The BIG, to where the argument wouldn't be, should an undefeated FSU or a one loss SEC team, play THE Buckeyes? FSU has to play a 24 or whatever ranked, Duke. The Buckeyes have to play a number ten, MSU. Two top ten teams, in Mizzou and Auburn, have to play each other, but the argument was a one loss SEC or an undefeated The Ohio State team, against FSU. Cupcake (in Nov.) playing, FSU gets the automatic green light? People seem to have forgotten that The Buckeyes, in fact, were the number two ranked team in the nation, to begin the season. Yeah, The Buckeyes have struggled with teams, but no more than any other team. Auburn loss to LSU, LSU loss to Bama and LSU barely beat a zero, SEC conference win, Arkansas. Alabama struggled with Miss St, Miss St. loss to OK St., OK St. loss to a 4-8 WVU team, that just loss to a 3-9 Iowa St. I just don't get the arrogance and logic of the biased, SEC homers, like Pollack and Palmer. Now that I think about it. Why does the SEC even have to be involved in the damn conversation for the NCG, anyway? No love, no logic! Lets go Bucks! Take care of business with these next two games and shut everyone up. OH-!
I have three weddings in October. The 13th, 20th and 27th. I also have a family reunion Oct 6.... thank goodness that's a night game against Nebraska because it's six hours of total driving (to and from). My October is completely FREAKED!
I think that we are allowed to have nothing else to do, for one day a week for three months out of the year.
1. Gold Pants.
2. Sheldon Cooper.
3. NO, (although I do admire Dexter's work).
He plays in the GWOC ( Greater Western Ohio Conference). Multiple Buckeyes and former Buckeyes as well as High School All Americans have played in this conference. It is the power conference of Dayton, Ohio and one of the best in the state. The competition is there.