College football’s state of parity, in one sentence

Brilliant.

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9 responses to “College football’s state of parity, in one sentence

  1. Biggus Rickus

    Aren’t you supposed to try to convince your players they can play with the opponent?

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  2. Mayor

    Then why take the game? If you don’t think you have at least a chance to win you shouldn’t subject your players to getting embarrassed and possibly injured for filthy lucre.

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  3. W Cobb Dawg

    IDK, seems to me quite a few P5’s have been taking lumps this season. It’s pure football glee to see Georgia State beat utk or Citadel beat gtu. Miami-OH beating tOSU would be ecstasy!

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  4. Cupcakes are made to be eaten, not listened to.

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  5. FlyingPeakDawg

    Guarantee you that every MoO player wants to play a game in the shoe against tOSU. Same for our cupcakes to be in an SEC stadium. Being competitive is a plus. Winning is a fantasy.

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  6. Gaskilldawg

    Gosh, letting players get money for names, images and likenesses will destroy that delicate competitive balance.

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