CFB Broadcaster Tim Brando Calls Out CFB Playoff Committee For Alabama ‘Privilege’
Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports
College football broadcaster Tim Brando is call out the College Football Playoff committee prior to the rankings being released on Tuesday night. Specifically about Alabama...

Here was his rankings...


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34 Comments
Alabama will be pulling for Auburn this weekend. If Auburn loses to Georgia, then even if Bama beats them, they have no resume of quality wins
Reply25 days
No doubt there is Alabama "Privilege and "Bias" when it comes to Alabama Football. These Alabama fans and bias sports media are a lot like some of the Millennial Generation. They think they are entitled to the CFP even if they don't deserve it or didn't earn their way in.
Reply25 days
He scared. Can't blame him.
Reply25 days
Thanks Tim, i agree!
Reply25 days
Sad, privileged bama fans up in this thread. Can’t even admit that the only reason they would get in ahead of other one loss teams is because of the past. Definition of privilege.
Reply25 days
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The coward doesn't wanna see another 21-0. He's a full blown pussy.
Reply25 days
Quit begging for a mulligan. Bama had a shot and got completely man handled. The game wasn't close.
25 days
LOL! First of all, a rematch wouldn't be that low-scoring, but more importantly, there's no way bama could make 5 field goals in 1 game again. I don't think they could even make 3 in 1 game right now. The idea that this bama defense could shut out LSU if they met again... Honestly, it's laughable. Thanks for the laugh.
25 days
Of course bama would beat those other teams. Scenario is that there is a one loss conference champ and bama. How does the resume stack up? Bama lost its only “tough” game. Eye test only takes you so far, and the committee is supposed to give deference to the conference champ.
Reply25 days
Im calling out Tim Brando for being one of the biggest idiots in sports broadcasting. I got you in a tie right now is Gary Please STFU Danielson
Reply25 days
Bama’s resume is so weak. Should they even have to play regular season games? Just let them show up for the first round of playoffs or maybe just straight to the championship.
Reply25 days
Agree...they don’t even win their division, don’t even play in the Conference Championship game BUT claim their “best win” as a 5 point loss to now #1 LSU... “ little man syndrome “ at its best..
25 days
How quick do the talking heads forget that the gumps were a 7 point fricken favorite at home and LOST. Gumps should drop a minimum of 4 spots!!!
Reply26 days
Saban obviously doesn't give Brando the hard-on he gives other sports commentators. Pathetic to see these other guys grease Saban's poll like they do.
Reply26 days
You mean people who watch football for a living and believe that Bama is the 4th best team in the country? Oh God, how dare they?! Just cause you're still butthurt about 2011 doesn't mean Bama is immediately out. They don't control their own destiny but if things align for them, then they're #4, so deal with it.
26 days
Double dumb,win the west and and, get ready now and win the SEC championship then you gumps can go to playoffs. Till then suck it
25 days
problem is... neutral field, home, away, ANYWHERE Alabama is beating Minnesota, Baylor, Oregon, & Utah by at least 2 or 3 touchdowns.
Reply26 days
doesn't mean a lot when you can't even win your division in your conference, probably shouldn't have scheduled so many cupcakes to make Tua look good.
26 days
sure it does. Oregon, Minn, Utah, Baylor these teams would AT BEST be 4th in the SEC West alone. Conference play week in and week out against grown men and 5 star athletes all over field. they'd struggle to stay above .500
26 days
Who cares if that is true or not? Basically you're saying even if Oregon or Utah was to go undefeated being a conference champ, they should not go ahead of a one loss Bama who's signature win will likely be against a 4 loss Auburn? An undefeated conference champ Minnesota will have beaten ranked teams in Penn St, Ohio St, and Wisconsin. An undefeated conference champ Baylor would have beaten Oklahoma. You're going to ignore all of that? The eye test alone is a terrible use to determine a champ or the championship game, or a playoff. There should be a set of guidelines. Regardless of win record, the power 5 conference champs should get auto bids and then the rest should be 3 at large. If everything goes as the vast majority of us expect, 1. LSU 2. tOSU 3. Clemson 4. Oklahoma 5. Oregon 6. Bama 7. UGA 8. Penn St/Utah/Baylor/Minnesota
26 days
I cannot disagree.
Reply26 days
Uhm, Clemson and Baylor's schedule is an absolute joke as of today. He holds schedule against Bama but not Baylor? Interesting. Seems like he's the only one with an agenda. If Auburn beats UGA and LSU beats UGA and Bama wins out - Bama gets #4. The goal is to get the 4 best teams and if that scenario pans out, no one would have a better claim to #4.
Reply26 days
As of today Bama has beaten 3 teams with records above .500. They have only played 4, and one of those is Southern Miss. Per the “eye test” it is a pretty crappy schedule. Which win is Bama’s signature win? Tennessee? USCe? Duke? Yep, all CFP worthy.
25 days
Somebody needs to shout it from the rooftops!
Reply26 days
He’s right, you know......
Reply26 days
He is 100% spot on. Frick BAMA. At best they get invited to the Sugar Bowl. I bet Louisiana will welcome them better than Alabama welcomed LSU on Saturday night when BAMA got their arse handed to them.
Reply26 days
Except he's not given the AP and Coaches poll. The rankings show will put bama at #4 or #5 tonight as well. So by 100% spot on you meant to drop the 1 and a 0 and just say 0%.
26 days
This is the reason they had the computers for the BCS. We've just got a slightly better AP poll "popularity contest" now. I wouldn't even be surprised to see some of the wackos at Bama claim a NC if they are left out of the playoff and win their bowl.
Reply26 days
Brando is a basketball guy. Who cares about his football thoughts?
Reply26 days
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