The Evil and Despised Alabama Crimson Crud
They are arrogant, obsessed and they have a payroll higher than most NFL teams, but Bama is in. This is a fallen world and evil sometimes wins. Alabama won enough to earn a spot.
Of course, it doesn’t matter how many they win as long as they lose ONE MORE GAME this season. All people of sound mind and good will are hoping for that.
The Team with the HORRIBLE uniforms (from Oregon)
Dale, could you please tell your Ducks to consult a fashion expert. They are really good, but watching them in those uniforms is just horrible.
In a side note, with Wisconsin’s troubles tonight, we can rejoice that the Heisman Trophy does not show uniform color. It’s going to Mariota.
The UNDEFEATED Florida State Seminoles.
They are hated almost as much as the Crimson Crud, but they are undefeated in a Power 5 conference and they are the defending champions. They have to be in. Every game has been an adventure and many have been ugly, but they have outscored the other team in every single one. 13-0.
It would be a travesty of justice to leave FSU ought, no matter how people feel about Jameis Winston.
That leaves THREE TEAMS FOR ONE SPOT!
The Ohio State Buckeyes – Big 10 champs and a complete dismantling of a VERY GOOD Wisconsin team with their 3rd string quarterback. I’m guessing the three teams that are in are hoping OSU gets left out. They could beat anyone on a given day. They could win. But they lost an easy game early, right after Braxton Miller got hurt.
The TCU Horned Frogs – Co-champs of the Big-12 with a deserving resume. Only loss was to Baylor in a crazy game. Many of their wins have been impressive. But, on the other hand, they are called “Horned Frogs” and that works against them.
The Baylor Bears – Co-champs of the Big-12 and were the victors of the head-to-head game against TCU. They lost one they shouldn’t have lost. Amazing offense.
AND THE WINNER IS… THE Ohio State University Buckeyes. Did you see what they did to Wisconsin yesterday, after losing their second quarterback to season ending injury? Take 2 QBs off any of the other teams and ask if they would be in the discussion. The answer is no.
I have spoken. The NCAA selection committee SHALL obey!