Within two weeks, just-beaten Alabama had been scooted back up to number two behind top-ranked LSU, and yet another SEC team (Arkansas) had been quickly installed at number three, thus ensuring that no matter what happened next, the SEC would be guaranteed a national title. The system of propaganda reached its torrid, circle-jerk climax with the 2012 BCS title game between LSU and Alabama.
quote:I see a decent point or two but he ignores many facts. Example when Oregon lost to LSU they lost by 13 and where handed an arse whipping for the second half of the game. Alabama lost in 2OT and "Alabama was the better team on the night" and the camera wire distracted them so it was more of just a miracle they didnt win by two touchdowns let alone lose.What do u guys think? Good points? Or as the common phrase on here seems to be "butt hurt"?
The SEC is better than other conferences at media manipulation and pretending that fiction is fact and fact is fiction. But as a top-to-bottom conference it is not better at football. The numbers bear that out.
Why the SEC Isn't As great in football as you think