There is a simple solution for college football’s first Division I playoff. If they really want to bring the best four teams to the table to duke it out for the closest thing we’ve ever had to something that isn’t a mythical national championship, then why not invite the top four teams from the SEC West Division? Of course, they won’t do that because the folks at Oklahoma, Oregon and Florida State would suddenly go into a state of apoplexy, but you can make a strong case that the Southeastern Conference deserves two seats at the Final Four table and both of those teams should be from the SEC West.
Charlie Weis should have stayed in New England, Georgia Southern’s Willie Fritz is likely to get a call from a big time program, and Al Golden and WIll Muschamp aren’t helping themselves. Here’s the scoop on these and other turbulent college football situations.
Urban Meyer just can’t help himself. It’s like he’s told a tale so long that he believes it himself. The problem is, a lot of football fans still think he’s a shady used car salesman.
Barring an unforeseen disaster, Will Muschamp will be the head football coach at the University of Florida in 2015.
BIG 10 fans are beyond tired of hearing how bad they are. The problem is, they’re going to keep hearing it. They loathe the SEC and other power conferences. They’re appalled that they have to defend themselves at every turn. After all, they’re the BIG 10—home of The Ohio State, The Big House…and Rutgers?
“Oh, don’t even bring up Bianchi. He’s awful. He’s a hater. He hates Urban for some reason and I don’t know why.”
She went on to go over a list of reasons why Gator fans, and SEC fans in general, are meaner than our Big Ten counterparts. I understand the need for a coach’s wife to stand by her man, so to speak. But, clearly, she’s missing a detail or two in Meyer’s history. She was there when Urban left both Utah and Florida, right?
So, since she’s apparently forgotten, here are my top 10 reasons why it’s OK for Mike Bianchi, a Gator fan or any SEC fan to hate Urban Meyer.
Urban Meyer is now 50 years old. That’s clearly something to celebrate, especially when you’ve had as many “conditions” as he’s had.